ESC RESOLVE: Social action – Call for Social action projects launched

Interested in leading your own social action project?

Would you like to be responsible for a social action project budget and make decisions on how it is spent?


The RESOLVE: Social Action programme wishes to provide an opportunity for UK Resolvers (former Erasmus+ RESOLVE programme participants) and peer young people to become a Lead in your own social action project, be responsible for the designing, planning and managing and delivering a youth-led project in your own local communities.

Who can participate?

  • Young people from the UK
  • 18-30 years old
  • Committed to volunteering and social change
  • Ready to register as a European Solidarity Corps volunteer

What can you gain as a participant?

  • Leadership skills
  • Project design & Creative skills
  • Social Awareness
  • Employability skills (CV, Job search, Interviews skills et al)
  • Team-working skills
  • Effective Communication
  • Self-Management in an efficient way
  • Network coordination & Networking skills – locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
  • Peer-to-peer working

What will be your tasks?

  • Actively manage your project and carry out social action activities – in-line with the project. Based in the UK only.
  • Have your own budget to do this (you can cover: Venue, Activity materials, Local travel costs, Refreshments for activities, Marketing or anything else identified).
  • Share your experiences through RESOLVE Network

How to participate?

  • Download the ESC RESOLVE: Social Action Application form or send an email to resolve@asfar.org.uk and request it.
  • Submit the Application Form to resolve@asfar.org.uk by the 21st of June.
  • Wait for the ESC RESOLVE: Social Action call for projects results to be announced and start implementing your Social action.

Note: The maximum financial support is limited to £250 for the best projects. 

Good luck to everyone.

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