Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport, 2014-2020. It provides funding and support for organisations to operate projects that encourage European exchange, co-operation and learning. Erasmus+ is funded by the European Union through the contributions of member states, including Ireland.
The European Union is taking active measures to help some of the most vulnerable in society. Erasmus+ places inclusion as one of the key priorities which fits into the wider framework of the Europe 2020 Strategy and aims to generate smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe.
Erasmus+ funding is available to all sectors (or fields) of formal, informal and non-formal education. This includes schools, youth organisations, adult education groups, and vocational organisations.
If you are working with groups at risk of exclusion, Léargas will give an overview of funding available in the adult education and further education sectors, and how to access it, at this event.
Where and When
This overview will be taking place in Europe house, 12-14 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2 on 10 April 2019 from 10–1pm.
For more information, or any other queries, please contact Tomas Bulnes here