Kurzfristig (< 1 Jahr)
Mikro (Individuum)

inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities as a result of the programme

soziale Inklusion

As for the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities in projects, 58% of Volunteering applications and 72% of Traineeships and Jobs applications indicated that these projects aim to include young people with fewer opportunities (see Table 14). This data was not available for applications for Volunteering Partnerships and Solidarity Projects, but this question was also asked in the survey with applicant organisations. The responses show that more than 80% of Volunteering Partnerships and Solidarity Project applicants indicate that their projects aim at involving young people with fewer opportunities (see Table 25).

Beschreibung der Aktivität

European Union programme "European Solidarity Corps"
European Union programme "European Solidarity Corps"
above 18 years
teilnehmende Kinder und Jugendliche
freiwillig engagierte Jugendliche

Evaluierung der Aktivität

For the purposes of this research, a mixed-methods approach was chosen for it integrates both, qualitative as well as quantitative methods allowing for a rather panoramic view of the research landscape and thus enabling the researcher to view certain phenomena from various perspectives and angles. [...] In order to facilitate this study, mainly three research vehicles were exploited: online surveys, online interviews and secondary analysis of existing data. Additionally, a mapping of European Solidarity Corps at European level together with a detailed list was produced. While the surveys allowed the researchers to explore important research themes by addressing a larger pool of respondents, the interviews facilitated an in-depth analysis of the themes and issues that have arisen out of the survey responses.
qualitative survey with 28 national Agencies, SALTOs and trainers interviews with 10 staff members of national agencies, applicant organizations and European Commission quantitative survey with 1.227 organizations
qualitative survey with national agencies: April/May 2019 interviews: May-September 2019 quantitative survey with participating organizations: July/August 2019