This area of work is managed centrally by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). It involves funding fairly large projects carried out by teams of volunteers focusing on thematic priorities defined each year at EU level. Interested? Then apply to the EACEA. Information about the application forms and selection procedure will be available on the EACEA’s website and Funding & tender opportunities portal.
Volunteering Teams in High Priority areas are large scale, high impact projects supporting voluntary activities carried out by young people from at least two different countries coming together to express solidarity by implementing short-term interventions that address common European challenges in policy areas defined each year at EU level.
Humanitarian Aid Volunteering (European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps) takes place in third countries where there are ongoing humanitarian aid operations. This action gives the opportunity to young people aged 18 to 35 years old to contribute to society by short-term or long-term volunteering activities aimed at improving living conditions of people in need.
You can register here and express your interest in Humanitarian aid volunteering. Volunteering activities in the field of humanitarian aid will be as of 2023. Prior to a volunteering activity volunteers need to have completed successfully a self-assessment, an online and face-to-face training.
Find out more about Humanitarian Aid Volunteering.