The latest news from the Erasmus+ UK National Agency
November 2020

More 2020 Erasmus+ funding results published

The first Key Action 2 and Youth Round 2 funded project lists are now available on our website. You can view the lists to get an overview of the organisations that have been awarded decentralised Erasmus+ funding so far. Congratulations to everyone who was successful in receiving funding – we look forward to hearing more about your projects!
See the results
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Share your project success on social media

Social media platforms can be great channels to promote your project and we're here to help you use them more effectively. In our virtual Learning Networks, League Football Education shared their experience of using social media for project dissemination. From choosing the right platform to collecting content, find out how they have used social media to reach a large audience.
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Climate change resources for schools 

As part of the eTwinning UK National Conference, teachers can take part in several online workshops on environmentalism, as well as access resources to engage young people in tackling climate change. Schools can also take part in a climate change challenge and share their actions by 22 November to claim an eco-resource pack for the classroom!
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Get inspired by our recent Erasmus+ stories!

Discover more on our case studies webpage. 

Other Erasmus+ News

  • Want to share your thoughts on VET mobility? In November, you can join a virtual roundtable, hosted by the UK ECVET experts, to discuss the best ways to deliver strategic, meaningful, recognisable and transferable mobility.
  • With coronavirus having an impact on the jobs market, employability support for young people is more important than ever. In our latest blog post, RiSE International tells us how their project is supporting people to move into employment through soft skills recognition.
  • What do young people gain by volunteering and how can it provide solutions that benefit local communities? European Solidarity Corps and Erasmus+ participants in East Anglia and Scotland share their views and experiences on the benefits of volunteering.
  • The winners of the EPALE UK Star Supporter Photo Competition “Celebrating the Impact of Adult Learning” have been announced! The entries, including three selected finalists, give a personal insight into adult education in the UK.

Diary Dates

 Online events 

Education exchange
Schools reopening: community action webinar. 18 November, 4pm. Register.
Schools reopening: support for children with SEND. 16 December, 4pm. Register.

Quality in Solidarity Projects webinar
1 December 2020, 2pm. Register

Climate change CPD workshops
Take urgent international action on climate change - together - in schools.
17 November, 5.30pm – 6.30pm. Register.

International collaboration and partner finding.
19 November, 5.30pm – 6.30pm. Register.

The Climate Challenge.
24 November, 5.30pm – 6.30pm. Register.

 Online activities 

International Education Week
Various activities taking place, 16 – 20 November. Find out more.

Talking Youth Work podcast
Measuring Impacts in Youth Work. Listen now.
For more information on Erasmus+ funding please visit our website
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