Funding opportunities for young people, youth workers and organisations active in the field of youth. Non-formal and informal learning enable young people to acquire essential competences that contribute to their personal and socio-educational development and foster their active participation in society whilst youth workers develop skills relevant for their professional development, foster new organisational practices and raise quality of youth work in general.
Discover how youth organisations and young people can benefit from Erasmus+ funding to acquire new competences or for youth workers to develop their skills or apply for partnerships for cooperation and work with organisations across Europe to develop ideas, network and produce tangible results like courses or tools.
Explore Training & Cooperation Activities (TCAs) taking place around Europe planned by National Agencies (NAs) to encourage collaboration and sharing of best practice within Erasmus+. These include a number of activities including Contact Seminars to find project partners and Thematic seminars addressing specific topics in education, training and youth work. Discover how EURODESK supports young people to access European opportunities and take part in projects. Also, the EUROPEAN YOUTH PORTAL provides information at the European and national levels on opportunities and projects of interest to young people living, learning, and working in Europe. Review Resources available that will support you in exploring funding opportunities, including the Erasmus+ Programme Guide and other useful documents.