What about European Solidarity Corps?
Wassup, hello guys!
Here is Eduard, the Romanian EVS volunteer. Today I want to present you some informations about ESC. What is ESC? ESC is the abbreviation of the European Solidarity Corps. What does ESC want to do? It wants to bring together young people to build a more inclusive society, supporting vulnerable people and responding to societal challenges. It offers an inspiring and empowering experience for young people who want to help, learn and develop.
Here are some of the European Solidarity Corps principles:
- European Solidarity Corps participants embrace the values of solidarity, respect for human dignity and human rights, and believe in the promotion of a fair and equal society in which pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality prevail;
- Joining the European Solidarity Corps must always be the voluntary choice of a young person, and they are free to resign from the initiative. They have the right to refuse to accept any offer of a
- Corps placement without affecting their chance to receive other offers in the future;
- the participation in the European Solidarity Corps does not involve the payment of any fee;
- prior to the start of the activity and during their deployment, European Solidarity Corps participants will receive clear information about the tasks they will carry out and, where appropriate, adequate training and linguistic support.
- at the end of their placement, European Solidarity Corps participants are entitled to receive a European Solidarity Corps certificate, confirming their participation in the activity; you can find.
Here you can watch a short video about European Solidarity Corps and find many other informations about it on the official website: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity_en