Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport for 2014-2020, starting in January 2014.
Are you a teacher, youth worker or lecturer? Check out our new cartoon for a quick glimpse into how Erasmus+ can work for you!
If you are looking for a quick glimpse into what the new programme has to offer for learners, this cartoon is for you.
Finding your way in life
A testimonial from the 10-day seminar organised by 7 youth leaders on "Democracy and Tolerance" in Berlin.
A documentary prepared on this occasion, features projects funded under Youth in Action and selected by the Youth in Action national agencies for the 2013 European Youth Week.
How to end of gender based violence and to promote gender equality drawing comics.
The refugee centre in Czerwony Bor, in the Polish region of Podlaskie, set up mainly for asylum seekers from Chechnya.
By creating a forum for debate on a wide range of current issues that affect the lives of young people today, embassadors encouraged participants to think seriously about their own role and responsibility as citizens.
Multilanguage rap song to encourage the action among youngest European citizens.
Best-of of the 6th edition of the Youth Week 2013, in Brussels.
Goals of the EU Youth Strategy are to create more and equal opportunities for all young people in education and in the labour market, and to promote the active citizenship, social inclusion and solidarity of all young people. The Strategy supports young people in eight fields of action: Education and Training, Employment and Entrepreneurship, Health and Well-being , Participation, Voluntary activities, Social inclusion , Youth and the world, and Creativity and Culture.