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New to photography? Being responsible for capturing photos of your project’s activities can seem overwhelming at first. But don’t worry - our step-by-step guide is here to help, with useful tips and essential information to give you the confidence to start snapping away. Why should you take photographs? Taking photographs throughout your project is key to your Erasmus+ experience. Photos help to...
Our #epluspeople are finding new, creative ways to become sustainable and encourage others to protect the environment. We hear from beneficiary Euri Vidal, from The Surefoot Effect, who gives us an insight into how Erasmus+ projects can play a part in sustainability. Across Europe, the environment and sustainability are a big focus in the public consciousness due to the damaging effects of...
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Playing sport has a wider impact than just being good for your health. Getting involved in sport can have many positive outcomes, from boosting self-esteem and lowering stress levels to helping people to create good relationships. Sport also creates a number of benefits for inclusivity.  The Paralympic Games and similar events challenge the negative stereotypes of disability. On television,...
The International Day of Peace takes place on 21 September, a globally shared date committed to peace above all differences. Amongst our #epluspeople, many have run Erasmus+ projects that have a strong focus on peace education and encouraging others to build stronger communities. These projects bring people together from different backgrounds, countries and cultures. Let’s look at those who are...
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With multilingualism being a key ingredient in making your CV stand out from the crowd, language skills are in high demand. As well as boosting employability, learning a language also helps people to become more culturally aware, and can even improve cognitive skills in observation, memory and creativity. In the UK less than half of the working age population can speak a foreign language. The BBC...
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Now that you’ve filmed your video, it’s time to go into post-production. In the last instalment of the Erasmus+ video guide, we’ll help you decide which clips to include in the final cut and how to piece them together. We'll also look at adding extra effects like text, music and B-roll footage to really bring the video together. If you haven't read our first two parts of the Erasmus+ video guide...

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