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Erasmus+ Youth: Cultural openness in terms of numbers

Erasmus+ prides itself on broadening young people's view of the world and openness to other cultures. Ever wondered how much? The RAY, short for Research-based analysis of Erasmus+ Youth in Action, has all the details.

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Quality in learning mobility in the youth field: a new handbook in the works

Learning mobility is increasingly being employed as an educational tool both in formal and non-formal contexts, so issues of quality have become a more pressing concern than before. For a good reason: good quality in learning mobility will ensure that outcomes are optimised and that processes of recognition are facilitated. The European Platform for Learning Mobility can point the way forward.

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Improving youth work – your guide to quality development

Are you engaged in youth work? Then this guide is for you! It provides readers with a step-by-step guidance on how to engage in quality development in youth work and how to develop indicators and the tools needed to follow them up.

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Learning a language in youth projects

Too tired to take evening language classes, but want to enhance your language skills? Take part in an exciting youth exchange or European Voluntary Service project abroad and learn a language from zero! We have proof that it works.

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Enhance your sports event with an EVS volunteer!

Did you know that sport organisations can apply for Erasmus+ European Voluntary Service (EVS) funding? Volunteering in sport is a rather common concept but not all sport organisations take advantage of the opportunity to have EVS volunteers help them out. Read how EVS took part in the UEFA European Championship (Euro 2016).

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New study published on youth work and entrepreneurial learning

This report and its annexes present the findings of a major study mapping, describing and analysing the contribution that youth work makes to supporting young people in achieving competences that will help them to fulfil personal aspirations and become active citizens in Europe.