As part of the Erasmus+ 30th anniversary celebrations, the European Commission has launched the Erasmus+ Generation Online Meeting Point inviting anyone who has taken part over the last 30 years to share their views and ideas.
The website, a blend of Slack, Facebook and LinkedIn, has been created to involve the nine million people dubbed ‘the Erasmus+ generation’ in shaping the future of the programme after 2020.
It gives young people and organisations the opportunity to engage in debates with youth, education and training experts, propose topics, identify problems, and present solutions.
Details, including how to register, are at Erasmus+ Generation Online Meeting Point.
Watch this video to find out how to engage with the platform: