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Erasmus+ Youth (EN)
Transcript of Erasmus+ Youth (EN)
Increased learning opportunities
abroad for volunteers, students, teachers, youth workers, pupils and young people.
EU grants and training for more than 4 million people.
Learning mobility of individuals
At least 63%
Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
At least 28%
Support for policy reform
Closer links between programme and policy objectives
An integrated, more accessible programme
A renewed focus on skills for employment
New opportunities for modernising teaching and learning
New partnerships between education and the world of work
Combines 7 EU education, training and youth programmes, and introduces sport for the first time
Total budget of €14.7 billion, representing a 40% budget increase
European Voluntary Service
Opportunity to volunteer abroad
- Between the age of 17-30
- Duration between 2-12 months and in some cases from 2 weeks
Contribute to the daily work of an organisation dealing with a variety of topics!
What can you do?
Meetings between young people through Youth Exchanges
Volunteering through the European Voluntary Service
Meeting between young people and decision-makers through Structured Dialogue
And even more ...
Exchanges/meetings for groups of young people.
- Between the age of 13-30
- Duration between 5 and 21 days
Meet, discuss, learn from and live together with other young people!
Knowledge, skills and competences acquired outside the formal structures of an education institution.
In youth projects under Erasmus+, Youthpass certifies what you have learnt!
Important for personal development, employability and for lifelong learning.
Non-formal learning opportunities for youth
What is it?
Erasmus+ Programme information
National Agency or Eurodesk in your country
European Youth Portal
- Database of EVS organisations
Three types of key actions
Support for policy reform
Innovative practices and cross-sectorial cooperation!
Youth organisations as well as education institutions, enterprises, public authorities etc.
Youth worker mobility
Supporting the professional development of youth workers
Seminars, training courses, job shadowing and similar abroad
Improve the level of
key competences and skills
in democratic life in Europe and the labour market,
active citizenship, intercultural dialogue, social inclusion and solidarity
quality improvements in youth work
, in particular through enhanced cooperation between organisations in the youth field and/or other stakeholders
at local, regional and national level
Support the development of
knowledge and evidence-based youth policy
recognition of non-formal and informal learning
international dimension of youth activities
Cooperation and innovation for good practices!
Capacity Building projects for cooperation and exchanges in the field of youth between Programme Countries and Partner Countries from different regions of the world.
Support to Structured Dialogue in the field of youth via meetings between young people and decision-makers.
Make your voice heard and participate!