After the celebration at the Festival of Europe, last May in Florence, and the official event on 12 June at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, there is another important occasion to celebrate 30 years of Erasmus: the Erasmus days, on 13 and 14 October, all over Europe. During these two days the protagonists of Erasmus will talk about the most famous mobility programme in various kinds of events, organised by the beneficiaries of mobility projects.
Are invited to participate: schools, associations, universities, local bodies, education and information centres and all the organisations taking part in Erasmus + willing to advertise their programme and join the celebration.
The initiative, launched by the French Agency, was immediately adopted by various national agencies all over the countries participating in the programme, and of course, by our Agency.
Have you already programmed a dissemination event or a project meeting with the European partners? Turn it into an Erasmus day!
An Erasmus day can be a conference, but not necessarily. More informal events are also welcomed, such as meetings, exhibitions, concerts, performances, debates, storytelling, videos, theatre, language tandems, information exchange and peer-learning, sport marathons, social contests, welcoming initiatives, etc.
How to participate:
- Plan an Erasmus + event on one of the two appointed dates: 13, 14 July 2017
- Submit the event to the national Agencies, so that is can be listed in the events section on the website Erasmusplus. It is only required to complete a fact sheet including title, date, location, organiser, a brief description of the event and contacts details, and send it to Erasmus+ INDIRE at email@example.com
- Complete the online form to include your event in the official European map of the events created by the French Agency
- If you create a Facebook event, send us the link or remember to mention the Erasmus Agencies
The official hashtag of all the European agencies is #ERASMUSDAYS. If you want to use the graphic template of Erasmus30 and the European Commission’s materials, you can find them here.
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