Erasmus+ Generation Online Meeting Point

Shaping the future of Erasmus+ together

ABOUT THE ERASMUS+ GENERATION DECLARATION

 

What is the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration?

A concrete set of proposals that reflect the Erasmus+ Generation's vision of the future Erasmus+ programme beyond 2020. These proposals will be presented to EU decision makers on November the 30th in Brussels, at the closing event of the Erasmus+ 30th anniversary campaign.

 

How is the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration being created?

The 34 Erasmus+ discussion leaders are drafting the declaration as you are reading this!

The discussion leaders, each representing one programme country and the international dimension of Erasmus+, moderated the online discussions and got feedback and ideas from the Erasmus+ Generation on the future of the programme beyond 2020. Now, during the drafting process, the discussion leaders will continue to consult the Erasmus+ Generation here on the Meeting Point.

 

Which topics will the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration address?

The concrete proposals on the future of Erasmus+ beyond 2020 will focus on these 6 key topics:

  1. Societal challenges
  2. Skills gap
  3. Civic engagement
  4. Inclusion
  5. Global dimension
  6. Simplification

 

Who makes up the Erasmus+ Generation?

All the participants and beneficiaries of Erasmus+ and its predecessor programmes: young people, students, adult learners, teachers, trainers, volunteers and youth workers, as well as organisations, including schools, universities, training institutions, businesses, youth organisations and sports clubs and federations.

 

When will the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration be ready?

These proposals will be presented to EU decision makers on November the 30th in Brussels.

The drafting process will be finished by October the 31st.

So hurry up and join the drafting process so that your ideas make it on time into the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration!

ABOUT THE E+ DISCUSSION LEADERS

Who are the Erasmus + Generation Declaration discussion leaders?

One discussion leader has been nominated by each Erasmus+ programme country and assigned as a moderator of one of the 6 key topics. Discussion leaders will be in charge of moderating the online discussions, collecting the input from the Erasmus+ Generation, and drafting and presenting the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration.

Meet them here!

Societal challenges

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Skills gap

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Civic engagement

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Inclusion

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Global dimension

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Simplification

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ABOUT THE ERASMUS+ GENERATION ONLINE MEETING POINT

What is the Erasmus+ Generation Online Meeting Point?

An open space for the 9 million Erasmus+ participants to have a say on the future of Erasmus+ beyond 2020. We want to achieve more, reach out further and be even more inclusive. We want to do this together, and this is the space where we invite you to share your ideas with us.

What can I do on the Erasmus+ Generation Online Meeting Point?

The platform allows you to:

  • Propose topics for discussion
  • Plan events related to them
  • Share and vote for your preferred ideas
  • Debate and comment on the suggestions of other Erasmus+ Generation members
  • Chat with other users

It is kind of like what would happen if Slack, Facebook and LinkedIn teamed up to provide a platform for the Erasmus+ Generation…

What can I talk about?

Anything! This space is yours, and as long as what you post is based on mutual respect, all of your ideas on the future of the programme are welcome. Feel free to post, comment and initiate discussions in the language of your choice!

Will my ideas have an impact on the future of the programme?

Of course! Ideas meeting other ideas give way to new, more interesting ones. Based on the collective input poured into this platform, the Erasmus+ Generation Declaration on the future of the programme beyond 2020 will be drafted and presented to EU decision makers in Brussels on November the 30th.

How do I get started?

If you already have an account, just log in and start sharing your ideas! If you don't have an account yet, follow the registration link below, create your profile, choose your favourite picture and join the discussions!