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Erasmus+ sport small collaborative partnerships

enero 5, 2023
Erasmus+ sport small collaborative partnerships

Erasmus+ partner countries

Under the DiscoverEU Inclusion Action, informal youth organizations and groups can be supported to carry out projects that enable young people with fewer opportunities to participate in DiscoverEU on an equal footing with their peers.

The EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027 sets out a framework for European cooperation in the youth field, building on the Commission’s Communication of 22 May 2018 entitled “Engaging, connecting and empowering young people”. The Strategy encourages the participation of young people in democratic life, supports social and civic engagement and aims to ensure that all young people have the necessary resources to participate in society. The EU Youth Strategy also includes a process of dialogue with youth and, in that context, eleven European Youth Goals were set in 2018. These Goals define cross-cutting areas that affect the lives of young people and indicate the challenges ahead. The EU Youth Strategy should contribute to the realization of this vision for young people. Under the umbrella of the main area “connecting”, the EU Youth Strategy promotes and facilitates connections, relationships and exchange of experiences among young people as a crucial asset for the future development of the EU. These connections are best fostered through various forms of mobility, including DiscoverEU.

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Erasmus+ destinations

To be eligible for training abroad with Erasmus+, the ESC in which the person concerned works must hold an Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education (in the case of program countries) or have signed an inter-institutional agreement with the host institution (in the case of partner countries).

Prior to the start of the training, a mobility agreement must be signed by the trainee, his/her ESC and the host institution, setting out the learning objectives and the rights and responsibilities of the trainee, as well as the mode of official recognition of the training period.

For training periods abroad between program countries, the sending institution is responsible for all payments. In the case of training periods between program countries and partner countries, the home and host institutions may determine who is responsible for making payments.

National agencies in program countries (and national offices in certain partner countries) can handle inquiries and assist with applications. In addition, you can contact the European Commission through Europe Direct.

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Erasmus Practice

Learning mobility opportunities are intended to stimulate the mobility of students, teaching and non-teaching staff, trainees, apprentices, youth workers and young people.

Organizations may send or receive students and staff from participating countries. Staff members can carry out teaching or training activities abroad, while students and doctoral candidates can carry out a traineeship or part of their studies abroad.

A tool for organizations wishing to open up to cross-border exchange and cooperation. The accreditation is open to all organizations wishing to organize mobility activities on a regular basis.

Organizations can send or receive trainees and students who wish to carry out a work placement abroad, as well as send members of their staff to carry out teaching or training activities.

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Las organizaciones de países no pertenecientes a la UE pueden participar en determinadas acciones del programa Erasmus+. En el contexto de Erasmus+, estos países se denominan “terceros países no asociados (países asociados)”.

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Tenga en cuenta que las solicitudes deben estar dirigidas por una organización establecida en un país del programa. Por lo tanto, como organización de fuera de la UE, primero tendrá que buscar un socio potencial para su proyecto. Una forma de hacerlo es buscar un socio en el Registro de Participantes de la UE.

Si quiere solicitar Erasmus+ por su cuenta, lo más probable es que tenga que hacerlo a través de una organización que participe en el programa. Por ejemplo, centros de enseñanza superior, organizaciones juveniles, asociaciones y ONG.

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