Through moveurope! we support young migrants to build up a self-determined life in dignity and we encourage companies and EU states to foster regular intra-european migration pathways for educational and vocational purposes. These factors combined benefit EU member states welfare systems and enhances a Europe based on solidarity, offering all young people equal chances.

Our moveurope! programme upholds the core principles of our organisation, migration_miteinander e.V:

  • tolerance and inclusion
  • equality in rights and dignity
  • European and international solidarity

moveurope! is guarantor of these principles and commits to:

  • promote open-mindedness and fight against stereotypes
  • reflect on and update internal recruitment and management methods to ensure inclusion and equal opportunities for all
  • take measures to prevent harassment, discrimination and violence
  • take any discriminatory incident seriously and to act in a proportionate manner
  • promote the participation of people, usually discriminated against or left out in access to mobility and international projects
  • make sure that no choice in the implementation of projects and activities can be motivated by hateful discriminatory criteria.


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.