Erasmus+ : Education, Training, Youth and Sport

 
 

Erasmus+ Key Action 1 - Learning Mobility of Individuals

 

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Mobility Projects for Young People and Youth Workers  

Mobility activities under this section may include the conducting of Youth Exchanges, European Voluntary Service (EVS), Youth Workers Training and Networking. Eligible applicants may vary from an informal group of young people, an NGO, a local council, a profit making body active in corporate social responsibility. Beneficiaries must be between 17 and 30 years of age. The duration of activities may in duration depending on the kind of action applied for as does financing specifications. Entities applying for an EVS must possess the necessary EVS accreditation.

February 2, 2017

 
       

Erasmus+ Key Action 2 - Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices

 

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Strategic Partnerships in the field of youth

The objective of this strand is to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices at organisational, local, regional, national or European levels.  Some of the key aims of this strand include the enhancement of professional development of those working or active in the educational, training and youth fields by innovating and increasing the quality and range of initial and continuing training; and by fostering equity and inclusion in education, training and youth. Duration is between 6 and 36 months.

February 2, 2017

 
       

Erasmus+ Key Action 3 - Support for Policy Reform

 

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Structured Dialogue: Meeting between Young People and Decision-Makers in the Field of Youth

This Action promotes the active participation of young people in democratic life and fosters debate around topics centred on the themes and priorities set by the Structured Dialogue and the renewed political framework in the youth field. Structured Dialogue is the name used for discussions between young people and youth policy-makers in order to obtain results which are useful for policy-making. The debate is structured around priorities and timing and foresees events where young people discuss the agreed themes among themselves and with policy-makers, youth experts and representatives of public authorities in charge of youth.

February 2, 2017