Erasmus x 10 | Civil Society Campaign for a more inclusive and accessible Erasmus+ Programme
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Erasmus+ changed the lives of 4 million Europeans. Imagine what can be done with 10 times more budget.

About

The Erasmus+ Coalition gathers over 40 European-wide networks and civil society organisations representing the major beneficiaries of Erasmus+ programme at all levels. The idea of the “Erasmusx10” campaign emerged when European political leaders started advocating for a significant uplift of the programme’s budget. The President of the European Commission Juncker himself, during the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of Erasmus+ in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, called for a 9-time increase. Juncker declarations follow the political will of a consistent increase of the Erasmus+ budget expressed by several heads of State and government of some Member States such as Belgium, France, Italy. Furthermore, during the Rome Summit on the 60th anniversary of the treaty, EU leaders stressed out the importance of EU biggest achievement in changing the lives of 9 million Europeans through Erasmus+. This clear support and acknowledgement of the programme’s benefit to citizens and Europe at large justifies the need for better financial support to make the programme more accessible and increase its quality. The purpose of the campaign is to mainstream such individual and collective mobilisation, and to raise civil society voices from all parts of Europe to advocate for a more accessible and inclusive Programme.

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For a more inclusive and accessible Erasmus+ Programme 

To widen its access for a truly lifelong learning programme

To develop quality mobility experience and projects

To strengthen its social dimension for better inclusion

To foster effective management
and evaluation

To put forward education as a driver for the Sustainable Development Goals

To empower citizens through education

To support peer learning, capacity building and exchange

To make education and lifelong learning systems truly international

To boost competitiveness and employment

To increase cross-sector and multilevel cooperation

    

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Why 10 times Erasmus+?

Timeline

State of the Union Speech

13-Sep-17

European Parliament Plenary - Future of Erasmus+ CULT resolution

13-Sep-17

LLLWeek - Future of Erasmus+ debate

21-Nov-17

Erasmus+ 30 Anniversary Closing conference

30-Nov-17

The next Multi Financial Framework negotiations

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