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We are pleased to announce SEED (Sharing Employer Experiences in the Delivery of international work placements), a new peer-learning activity. This one-day event on 26 June 2018 in Birmingham is an opportunity for UK employers and their partners in education and industry, to come together to consider the benefits of short and long-term international work placements. The key topics on the SEED...
Jennifer at a Learning Networks event.
Do you find sharing your project’s story a challenge? Or feel unsure how to showcase your participants’ achievements? Have no fear as digital media expert Jennifer Jones explains how Erasmus+ projects can flourish with digital storytelling. It has never been easier to self-publish onto the Internet, and thanks to content communities (such as YouTube) anybody can become a ‘creator’, producing...
Does your organisation have previous experience of running vocational education and training mobility projects? Would you like to further internationalise? Here are the top five reasons why you should apply for the VET Mobility Charter: 1. Simplified funding applications For VET Charter holders the application process for project funding is simpler: the funding application form is shorter, and...
International Women's Day takes place every year on 8 March, celebrating women’s achievements and female empowerment.  This year, the theme is #PressforProgress – a direct response to the movements created in 2017. Gender pay gaps and discussions on sexual harassment have led to responses such as #MeToo and #TimesUp, which aim to expose these issues and achieve gender parity. Never before has...
Erasmus+ holds at its heart the values of pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality. Reaching out to marginalised young people, promoting diversity, intercultural and inter-religious dialogue, common values of freedom, tolerance and respect of human rights, the programme supports projects and practitioners alike to explore solutions to global issues affecting...
Each year Erasmus+ National Agencies fund a range of Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) including conferences, training courses, seminars and study visits throughout Europe and beyond which aim to develop quality and impact across the education, training and youth sectors. Last November Alan Wood, CEO of Edulink Europe CiC, was funded to attend the TCA activity ‘Inclusion within KA2’...