KA1 Erasmus+ Mobility in Italy


In the week from 13 to 17 November, three colleagues from the Foundation team were guests at EGInA in Foligno, Italy, and worked with other European organisations to develop new project ideas for Erasmus+ applications.
This was made possible by the Erasmus+ KA1 Short Term Mobility programme, which promotes European and intercultural exchange.

During the week, there was intensive training with lots of information on what a promising Erasmus+ application looks like and what is important when submitting an application. In the mornings, there was well-prepared input and presentations with inspiring best practices from project managers from the host organisation EGInA. In the afternoon, participants worked intensively in groups on their own project ideas.

The course made it possible to meet up with old acquaintances (from past collaborations, such as the AMeLiE project against hate speech) but also to get to know exciting new organisations and personalities from the field of media education. Numerous ideas for future collaborations emerged during the week which will now be pursued in the coming weeks and months. The aim is to submit new exciting project exciting project proposals on the current major topics (such as artificial intelligence) and to revitalise new collaborations.

More information on the EGInA training programme can be found here: https://www.erasmuspluska1.eu/courses_posts/blended-course-project-proposal-writing/

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