Erasmus+ supports the European Year of Cultural Heritage

Published:
13/12/2018
Erasmus+ has supported the European Year of Cultural Heritage, allowing people to discover and engage with Europe’s cultural heritage.

Throughout 2018, Erasmus+ has allowed thousands of institutions and associations working on cultural heritage to develop their educational programmes and enhance learning about culture.

Some of the inspirational examples of what can be achieved when education, training and youth work meet cultural heritage can be found in the Erasmus+ project factsheets, published during the European Year of Cultural Heritage. Let them inspire you to develop your educational activities with the help of Erasmus+.

As Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport said: "Erasmus+, the EU programme that has been instrumental in uniting Europe, also has a vital role to play in sharing and preserving our diverse European cultural heritage – let us make the most of it!"