What is EFM?
Europejskie Forum Młodzieży is an independent, non-governmental organization. We engage young people from all walks of life, particularly those living in rural areas or with difficult conditions, to assist with the realisation of their ambitions and life goals.
Do Your EVS in Poland
Would you like to take part in a volunteering project abroad? Take the adventure of a lifetime – learn a new language, develop new skills, make new friends, explore Europe and help others!!! These are just some of the benefits that YOU can get when you participate in the European Voluntary Service under the Erasmus + Programme.
Peers 2 Peers
“Peers to Peers” is a project from Europejskie Forum Młodzieży, co-financed from the EU founds given by the Polish National Agency, Erasmus+. It includes active and dynamic youth workers from partner organizations from Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Spain, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Italy and Turkey.
After 23 years of work, we have gathered some information that we think might be useful to anyone working in the field of Youth work . In the Knowledge Library you’ll find publications and presentations that resulted from projects run by us and our partners.
During the last years, EFM has been working on innovative platforms. Get to know our ongoing projects.
When I decided to leave my country behind and venture into unknown territory, I never imagined that the journey I was about to begin would be so enriching. Mónica Almeida ~ Portugal ~ VET
We had the chance to enjoy wonderful landscapes and mountains in Poland! I’d never seen forests like here! Poland is beautiful! Sara Cobos ~ Spain ~ Volunteer in Large Scale EVS
With so many different cultures you have to learn to be tolerant, patient and open minded. You have to be prepared to find experiences you couldn’t imagine but experiences that will enrich you personally and professionally. Sara Santos ~ Portugal ~ Volunteer in Large Scale EVS
Each and every open-minded person who claims that has a healthy lifestyle should take the "EVS pill" at least once during her lifetime as a testimony of her willingness to help. Szondi Denis ~ Romania ~ Volunteer on Large Scale EVS
It was a fine and fun one month in Poland. Efe Demir ~ Short term EVS Volunteer ~ Turkey