Co-creating Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps
For one and a half days, more than 600 participants will have the opportunity to experience a mix of plenary and thematic breakout sessions focused on the main activities of Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps programmes. They will take stock of the achievements so far and look ahead with proposals for improvement and best practices.
There will be ample opportunities to provide input and fine-tuning of the support mechanisms and technical aspects of the implementation. The discussions will build upon the work done during the intensive co-creation process of the last years. In addition to the working sessions, networking opportunities will be offered to facilitate exchanges among stakeholders.
The attendees from all across Europe will represent individual participants, trainers, experts, policy makers, national agencies and organisations active in the field of education, training, youth and sport.
Follow the event
The opening and closing plenary sessions (as well as the cultural programme) will be web streamed and made available on the event’s webpage and a number of social media channels. Moreover, a report with the outcomes of the different thematic sessions will be published.