The European Solidarity Corps programmes as a tool for responding to the Russian invasion to Ukraine  


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In this article it is explained how solidarity was shown around all the European Union towards Ukrainians who had to flee as a result of the Russian invasion in Ukraine. While millions of Ukrainians were fleeing the war, we could see an unprecedented unity and solidarity expres- sed by people across different countries, and we looked at their motivation to defend European values. We will talk about the events and projects of the European Solidarity Corps directed to support Ukrainians, especially actions taken by young people across the EU to show solidarity and empathy to the Ukrainian youth. We will explain how the model of solidarity was applied in practice and stress its importance in the conditions of war in Europe.

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Valeriia Shchotkina - Author SALTO ESC
Valeriia Shchotkina
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Project manager in AEA – a Spanish NGO, working with local and European projects in the sphere of education. Valeriia comes from Kyiv, Ukraine. She has a Master degree in business management and another one in International communication. She is a former participant of Erasmus+ youth exchanges and student conferences, and a former volunteer at such European events as Eurovision Song Contest and UEFA Champions League Finals.

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