Mission & Vision


For about 4 years, our organisation has been promoting, supporting and facilitating legal migration routes within EU member states for refugees with international protection status. This has been with the aim to better regulate intra-european migration. 

We are the first and only grassroots and youth-lead initiative in Europe that connects young migrants with organisations andcompanies across european borders. Within our moveurope! programme we use existing tools shaped by the current visa procedures…


Our moveurope! Vision pictures a Europe in which all young people have equal opportunities regardless of their nationality or legal status. While owners of european passports can move and choose their country of residence and employment freely, others cannot.

We want the benefits of living within the EU to be accessible to all young people and to make the values of Europe more tangible. In doing so, we are committed to reduce the disadvantages faced by refugees and migrants within the EU…


In Germany, there are many opportunities to volunteer. 

You can do a voluntary service or civic service in the social, ecological or cultural field.

• Usually full-time employment with entitlement to regular vacation • Offers various training seminars for the volunteers • Social insurance is provided by the employer • Pocket money of up to 414 € is provided • Accommodation can be provided, but it is not guaranteed

There are different national types of voluntary service and also the European voluntary service (ESC programme).


Depending on the program there are age limits (16-27 years) but there are also programs open to people up to 99 years.



Normally, a voluntary service lasts between 6-12 months; 

usually 6-12 months (officially possible time frame: 6–24 months)


During your voluntary service, you normally get pocket money, accommodation and board from the organization you are volunteering for, you receive access to language courses, training and seminars and will meet other young people that volunteer in Germany.