Join the European Solidarity Corps!

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Dear friends of Mafianeindanke,

we are looking for two people who will help us daily for 12 months starting from May(*) 2021 in Berlin as part of the European Solidarity Corps.


age between 18 and 30 years old, a great desire to be active and support our association, 12 months time at disposal and good language skills in at least 2 out of the 3 languages we work with (Italian, German, English).

What we offer:
accomodation and pocket money in Berlin for 12 months, an online German course (up to level B1), lots of different things to do! The experience will be funded by the European Solidarity Corps program (former EVS – European Voluntary Service).

daily management of the external communication of the association (e-mail, social media and daily news research), participation in the coordination of the monthly newsletter, organization of meetings and events/conferences, support to the on-going projects of the association (e.g. YOU-Monitor) and then … free space for your initiatives!

If you recognize yourself in this description and would like to come to Berlin with us, please send us a short resume and a letter of motivation in English (or German) by the 20th of April 2021 to:

In your letter of motivation you should answer the following question: “make three suggestions about topics or concrete projects you would like to handle/plan during your volunteering experience with us”

Please share this opportunity with your contacts and potentially interested people!

About us:
mafianeindanke e.V. is the only German association that deals explicitly with organized crime and strives for a mafia-free society. Since 2007 we have been informing politicians, civil society and companies about the growing presence of mafias and organized crime in Germany. The association organizes educational and information events for citizens but also for experts and institutions, participates in research projects and promotes cooperation networks (such as the European network CHANCE). We advocate and participate in projects for the prevention of organized crime, promoting best practices at the European level to strengthen the fight against mafia cultures. We create networks between activists, journalists, academics with law enforcement, judges, institutional representatives and politicians.

To learn more about our work visit our website:

* If the pandemic situation in the country of origin or arrival does not allow for a safe transfer to Berlin by May 2021, it is possible to begin volunteering remotely.