The Erasmus+ programme has been developed to create a new generation of Europeans, whose cultural identities transcend traditional cultural divisions and that have a mutual understanding of citizens with a different background. To ensure that this happens, the Erasmus+ experience must reach further than the individual student experience, impacting and involving the local communities.
On the 14th and 15th of October 2019, we will co-organise a conference that welcomes professionals working in the field of Education and Youth, interested in how mobility programmes can have a lasting impact on local communities.
If you are a university staff member working in an International Relations Officers or an academic interested in the topic, use the chance to meet other colleagues, policymakers, national Erasmus+ agencies and ministries, school teachers, as well as student and youth representatives.
Learn more about the conference and register.