European Solidarity Corps

Are you between 18 and 30 years old and would you like to travel, learn, meet new people and cultures and gain valuable experience? Would you like to spend between 2 and 12 months abroad as a European Solidarity Corps volunteer? You can visit the official page about the ESC and learn more

Euroaccion works as a sending and hosting organization of European Solidarity Corps volunteers. If you want to be a volunteer in another country, you can contact us via email, telephone or come by the office in Murcia for more information. We are waiting for you!


Euroaccion implements annually around 10 European projects mostly about training and education as well as projects in the field of capacity building and social inclusion of people with fewer opportunities. For more information click here

European projects per year
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of beneficiaries are young (mainly in a vulnerable situation)
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of projects in which we work on Emotional Intelligence
young people sent and welcomed annually at international level (ESC and exchanges)
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education and youth professionals sent and welcomed annually in training at European level

What do we do?

The main working areas of Euroaccion are:

– Social inclusion

– Development of new learning methodologies

– International volunteering programs – European Solidarity Corps

– Management and implementation of European projects

Euroaccion carries out:


and projects in the field of capacity building, social inclusion and human rights education.


of activities for disadvantaged children and young people.

European Voluntary Service projects

within the European Solidarity Corps, as a coordinating, hosting and sending organisation.

Projects to develop

quality management in social education, social work and advanced training of workers in the field of youth.

Conferences, seminars, regional and European level workshops

focused on the protection of human rights (especially the rights of minorities).



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