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New Erasmus+

26.03.2021. The Commission adopted the first annual work programme of Erasmus+ 2021-2027. 

With a budget of €26.2 billion, (compared to €14.7 billion for 2014-2020), complemented with about €2.2 billion from EU's external instruments, the new and revamped programme will fund learning mobility and cross-border cooperation projects for 10 million Europeans of all ages and all backgrounds. It will seek to be even more inclusive and to support the green and digital transitions, as set out in the "European Education Area".

Positively Different Short Film Festival 2021

18.03.2021 Tonight at 00:00 EET (23:00 for most of you, and 22:00 for our partners in the UK) the Positively Different Short Film Festival returns!

For 10 days, the festival's programme will be available on the customised portal we created to secure the best possible viewing experience.

In the challenging and confusing times we are going through, our only shelter is solidarity. Solidarity presupposes awareness. This is what you should expect from the PDSFF2021 programme: a thread of untold stories of characters, individuals and communities that help us better understand each other and call for our attention.

Balkan Trafik! is back!

18.02.2021. For its 15th edition, Balkan Trafik is taking a new turn and moving to an entirely digital programme. Enough to keep the festival live on your small and big screens in the rules of health, to be discovered from 22nd to 25th April 2021 on our new mobile application " Balkan Trafik " and on our website.
 

Invitation to support Youth Pool initiative

15.02.2021 Registrations for Youth Pool has started! If you missed the Youth Pool video presentation, you may check it here or read the presentation here

Youth Pool is one of the outcomes of our collaboration as a network. In short, it includes a series of educational online meetings and offline group work activities with the aim to connect young people around the world for change. 

Opportunity for Youth - Open Call for 4th ASEF Young Leaders Summit on SDGs

01.02.2021. Greetings from the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) – an intergovernmental organisation based in Singapore and publicly funded by over 50 countries in Asia and Europe. Our goal is to bring Asians and Europeans together through a variety of programmes, events, grants & trainings. We work in 7 areas of focus including Culture, Education, Economy, Governance, Media, Public Health and Sustainability.

Opportunity for Youth - Open Call for 4th ASEF Young Leaders Summit on SDGs

01.02.2021. Greetings from the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) – an intergovernmental organisation based in Singapore and publicly funded by over 50 countries in Asia and Europe. Our goal is to bring Asians and Europeans together through a variety of programmes, events, grants & trainings. We work in 7 areas of focus including Culture, Education, Economy, Governance, Media, Public Health and Sustainability.

10 reasons to apply for the 18th International Youth Conference!

  1. You can attend the conference in your PJs;
  2. Valuable information and recourses provided by the inspirational speakers and youth relevant topics;
  3.  User friendly sessions and working groups;
  4. No worrying about missing a birth to attend a  conference session. The sessions will be waiting for you on the conference channels;
  5. You can ask directly your questions to the experts and practitioners in the filed you are interested in;
  6. Attend all 6 sessions of the conference and gain the recognized certificate for participation;

European Charlemagne Youth Prize Competition - Call for applications

Each year since 2008, the European Parliament and the Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen invite young people from all EU Member States to come up with projects led by young people for young people dealing with European topics.

New training offer: Equal Volunteering Opportunities for All

1 - 7 September 2019 | Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona), Catalonia, Spain

'Equal Volunteering Opportunities for All' is a 7 day youth worker mobility Seminar. A group of 25 participants from 13 countries will work on how to help young people, nationals of non-EU countires, to become active volunteers and community leaders.

Organizer:

Fundació Catalunya Voluntària (Youth NGO)

This activity is for participants from:

Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania

Application deadline (24h CET):

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