Solidarity Projects: get creative with our planner

Alexandra Person, Ruma Parvin and Mihai Degeratu

How would you start developing your own idea for a social action project?

We reached out to young people to hear their thoughts and feedback on our brand new Solidarity Project Planner, designed to help groups get creative and develop their own project ideas. 

The first ever Solidarity Projects focus group occurred on 3 September, and the European Solidarity Corps UK team welcomed three Europeers: Alexandra Person, Ruma Parvin and Mihai Degeratu.

Solidarity Projects are all about helping young people to address problems in their local community. With the input of some truly engaged and enthusiastic Europeers, the focus group turned out to be a great way to discuss some of the challenges they identify or face where they live, and what could be done to address them. 

Take a look at the feedback we captured throughout the session, below:

 

Interested in Solidarity Projects? Download the planner, and find out how you can apply for funding.

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