If you’re a young person who wants to set up a Solidarity Project:
What else you need to know:
Solidarity projects take place in Ireland and it’s the young people themselves who create the projects, develop them, and make them happen.
- Get to know the European Solidarity Corps website and the relevant sections in the European Solidarity Corps Programme Guide.
- Register with the European Solidarity Corps at: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/register/check_en
- Know the upcoming deadlines
- Check the Léargas calendar for information sessions and roadshows (which fill you in on what Erasmus+ offers) and application clinics (which guide you through the application process in detail).
- Work out what you want to do with your project, make sure it has a strong European dimension!
- Identify someone in your group who can legally represent the group and who will be responsible for submitting your application.
You may wish to approach an organisation to apply on your behalf!
- Read, sign and stamp your contracts before returning them to us.
- Come to our Project Management Days (which guide you through how to manage your project and explain our requirements for successful completion); you’ll hear from us about the dates and times.
- Maintain all the information and documents you’ll need for reporting and sharing.
- Carry out activities as stated in your application form and notify us of any changes
- Maintain contact with us throughout the project
- Notify us immediately of cases of force majeure!
- Share and promote your project throughout its lifecycle
- Know the reporting deadlines as written in your contract
- Make sure you reflect the outcomes of the project in your report
- Upload any relevant annexes
- Submit online in time with the deadline
- Download the European Solidarity Corps logo and guidelines for use. You can find them here.
The European Solidarity Corps should be properly credited for all activities funded under the programme.
- Consider contributing your project experience to the Léargas blog.