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There’s nothing as motivating as a deadline and the 2020 Call deadlines are now approaching. Here’s five tips to help you get application ready. 1. Priorities and criteria The applications that score highest are well prepared, well justified and clearly aligned with Key Action priority areas. If you are unsure of the priority areas for your sector and Key Action, take a look at the 2020 Programme...
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The European Commission has recently released a new platform for organisations with decentralised projects. The Organisation Registration System, which replaces the Participant Portal, allows Erasmus+ organisations to register their details, manage their projects, as well as search for other organisations. Each organisation on the platform can be identified by its unique Organisation ID (OID)....
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The ECVET Community of Practice offers its members the opportunity to share knowledge, network with peers, receive tailored support and hold discussions on how to develop the programme. In October, the group met to discuss the ways ECVET can directly benefit learners. Take a look at some of the key insights from their discussions. Focus on learning outcomes  The most significant benefit for...
Jane Racz and Madeleine Rose at Erasmus+ Inspiring Inclusion event
On 12 November 2019, we held the Erasmus+ Inspiring Inclusion event at etc.venues – Victoria, in London. The event was an opportunity to showcase some of the wonderful work taking place within the Erasmus+ community and discuss how we can make our work more inclusive going forward. To kick off the day, we welcomed Amina Atiq, a Yemeni-Scouse writer, performance artist and Erasmus+ participant,...
Erasmus+ storytelling tips for case study
Following digital media expert Jennifer Jones’ recommendations for engaging digital storytelling, we are sharing further insights on how to write your Erasmus+ story. After the live interview with our content writer Sarah Kearney earlier this year, here’s our list of top tips. Record your project through photos and videos Nothing can better show the progress and results of a project than images....
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Food is so much more than fuel. It brings people together - it also gives a flavour of a country’s culture and its people’s identity. As we mark World Food Day on 16 October, we offer you a sample of how Erasmus+ people are getting a taste for new experiences and gaining new skills, over breakfast, lunch and dinner. Learning about food and how to cook for yourself may be the first new skill you...

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