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November 2019

Erasmus+ is inspiring inclusion

On 12 November, we held our Inspiring Inclusion event where we heard from case studies who shone a light on how Erasmus+ is opening doors for those facing social, economic and personal barriers. There were also discussions on how Erasmus+ projects can become more diverse and inclusive. Find out more and see all the day’s notes in our latest blog post.
Discover the day
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Celebrations spark for this year's eTwinning winners

 
Erasmus+ beneficiary, The Academy at Shotton Hall, has scooped this year’s overall eTwinning National Award for its project ‘Sparks’. Students worked with partner schools in 16 countries, focusing on the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. They have grown in confidence and now see they can make a difference. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners!
Find out more
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Make an impact with your project story

 
Promotion and dissemination is an important part of your project lifecycle, but telling your Erasmus+ story in an engaging and informative way doesn’t come easily to everyone. Our storytelling blog post is full of tips and tricks to support you in spreading the word of your project, with advice on taking photos, interview preparations and reaching out to the local media.
Read the blog
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Erasmus+ 2020 Call has been published

 
The Erasmus+ 2020 Call for Proposals and Programme Guide were published by the European Commission and details can be found on our website. The Call for Proposals is an overview document with the deadlines for 2020, while the Programme Guide contains detailed information on project rules, funding levels and application processes for Erasmus+ funding.
Download the documents
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Nominate your learners to become EuroApprentices

 
Registration to join the EuroApprentices network for 2020 is now open. By raising awareness of Erasmus+ opportunities in the VET sector, EuroApprentices motivate learners and providers to participate in the programme. Have your apprentices taken part in an Erasmus+ placement? Nominate them to become part of the network before 2 December.
Submit your nominations

Other Erasmus+ News

  • The 2019 Europe-wide Eurodesk survey has revealed that while young people value information on international opportunities, they can also find it difficult to access. Read the report to find out what can be done to improve youth information.
  • At our third Learning Networks event, we heard advice on final report writing from Erasmus+ Assessor, Dr Audrey McKeown, and various other high-scoring UK projects. Find the notes on our Learning Networks page.
  • Acquiring the Quality Label is the first step for organisations wanting to get involved in the European Solidarity Corps. It is a pre-requisite for participation in Volunteering and Traineeships and Jobs, and helps organisations to find partners.

Diary Dates


 TCA opportunities  

          Take Your Partner by the Hand – PBA for European Solidarity Corps
          Dublin, Ireland. 14 – 17 January 2020.
          Apply by 22 November 2019.

          Embracing Inclusion: Cross-sectoral Transnational Conference
          Birmingham, United Kingdom. 22 – 24 January 2020.
          Apply by 24 November 2019.

          Find more TCA opportunities.
For more information on Erasmus+ funding please visit our website www.erasmusplus.org.uk
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