Information and support for running European projects. EUROCIRCLE. History. Originally created in Berlin in 1993, Eurocircle set up in Marseille in 1995 under the Association Law of 1901. In 2006 the European Commission certified Eurocircle as a " European Non Governmental Organisation ".
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Originally created in Berlin in 1993, Eurocircle set up in Marseille in 1995 under the Association Law of 1901. In 2006 the European Commission certified Eurocircle as a " European Non Governmental Organisation ".
To promote European citizenship
To encourage partnerships and trans-national exchanges
To develop European projects
To encourage youth mobility
To host and advise project managers
To make people aware about European funding programmes
To develop and cooperate in trans-national projects
European Programme: “Youth in Action”
Voluntary civil: hosting
Envie d’Agir : to support youth initiatives
Publication of information bulletins EC-News (in French and German) on European news and summaries of the latest calls for proposals in the European Union.
Creation and management of the website
The multilingual website http://www.ec-network.net details the essential information about community financing programmes and proposes a database for partner research in Europe.
Welcoming of organisations
Eurocircle welcomes and advices associative organisations in the « Bouches-du-Rhône » department, evaluates and directs organisations in their European projects.
Eurocircle cooperates in transnational projects such as LIFE, PRINCE, EQUAL, DAPHNE, or PAC Youth in action programmes
Eurocircle develops exchange projects, partner support project and innovative project in the Youth domain.
Translation in several European languages, organisation of multilingual conferences, interpretation solutions, hiring out of materials and conference interpreters.
Dissemination of project results
Eurocircle makes use of its EC-News bulletin and the internet site, dissemination lists, public communication and public relations to disseminate community project results.
The Youth in action Programme
Promotes youth mobility and active participation of young people between 13 and 30 years old in the construction of Europe. It provides financial support to youth projects.
• Action 1 - Youth in Europe
•Action 2 - European Voluntary Service
•Action 3 - Youth in the World
•Action 4 - Youth Support Systems
•Action 5 - European Cooperation in the youth field contributing to the development of policy cooperation in the youth field.
• Young people aged between 13 and 30 years (individuals or groups)
•Youth organisations and associations
•Other non-governmental organisations
•Other active institutions and individuals in the domain of youth and informal education.
• Programme countries , Neighbouring Partner Countries
• Other Parner countries in the world
Coordinating, sending and hosting organisation for the European Voluntary Service (EVS)
Eurocircle supports the mobility of young Europeans thanks to the youth program, by hosting and sending young European volunteers, and by coordinating projects in the “Bouches-du-Rhône” department.
Hosting : 4 volunteers per year.
Sending : 50 young people per year, 40% of which are young people with fewer opportunities
Coordinating: 100 young people, 50 hosting projects in the Bouches-du-Rhône department.
Action 1 of the" Youth in Action " programme, intercultural exchanges bring together groups of young people from different backgrounds and countries aged 15-25 years, giving them the opportunity to discuss themes whilst learning about their respective countries and cultures.
Eurocircle works closely with its local and trans-national partners on EVS and intercultural exchanges, as a sending, hosting and coordinating organisation.
Eurocircle has created a database for partner research in Europe.
The French Voluntary Civil Service allows young people aged between 16 and 25 to carry out a volunteering activity for 6, 9 or 12 months. The voluntary civil service aims to bring together existing forms of volunteering such as social integration volunteers, international volunteers in administration and international solidarity volunteers, and to promote new common interest projects in the domains of solidarity, environment, culture etc…Eurocircle hosts three voluntary civil service volunteers working on various projects such as management of European projects, youth mobility awareness and intercultural meetings.
Envie d’agir-Desire to act
As the first national programme aimed at supporting young people's initiatives and involvement, Envie d'agir encourages, supports and give value to the initiatives, creativity and talent of young people between 11 and 30 years. Such initiatives can include local development, first cultural or scientific creations, the setting up of an association, local or international solidarity, the creation of a company etc…
Eurocircle acts as an information point for Envie d'Agir projects and assists young project managers in their projects.