Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. It runs for seven years, from 2014 to 2020, with organisations invited to apply for funding each year to undertake creative and worthwhile activities.
Projects involve working with at least three partners from other regions of Europe to collaborate and share expertise to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe.
Contact us to find out about European projects or arrange a consultation to help you assess your organisations ability to participate in European Projects.
The Rural Centre/ Eurolink is a partner in the following Erasmus+ projects.
The Women Return to Work project is funded for two years through Erasmus+ with partners from Sweden, Poland and Turkey. The main goal of the project is to prepare women of all ages (local, migrant, refugee and disabled) to return to employment or entrepreneurship after a period of economic inactivity by developing their key skills and competencies.
The Euro-Youth MediaLab Project is a two year project funded through Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships with partners from 10 EU regions. The project will work with young people to act as reporters to explore what citizenship means to them and then share it with youth from France, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Italy, Lithuania, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.
CRANE: Citizens Role Agricultural Network Education with partners from Italy, Spain and Malta is funded for 2yrs through Erasmus+ strategic partners for adult education. The project aim is to share best practice in the role of the farmer in promoting environmental protection and sustainability through education.
European Network of Women from Rural Areas (ENWRA)
The ENWRA project was funded through Grundgtvig Lifelong Learning 2013 – 2015. The purpose was to look at the issues facing women finding employment or setting up their own business in rural areas. The project partners from Spain, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Germany, Cyprus and the UK took part in study visits hosted in each of their regions.
‘LID+’ is a year-long programme of free services and events that will promote, inform and support your potential involvement in the Erasmus+ Programme.
The Inside Out Programme in Claudy, Northern Ireland is responsible for delivering this programme to support young people, young leaders, youth workers interested in developing an application to the Erasmus+ programme in 2017.
“Europeanisation” project awarded “Good Practice Example” by the Erasmus+ Programme!
This project has created an organisational self-assessment tool which helps you measure your readiness for internationalisation (or Europeanisation) and gives you tips to improve it. TAKE A TOUR HERE: http://www.europeanisation.eu
Tip for education organisations: Use the self-assessment tool to test your readiness to apply to/manage KA1 and KA2 projects! More…