The European Commission has launched the call for the 2020 Erasmus accreditation in the field of youth.
The 2021-2027 EU Programme for education, training, youth and sport proposed by the European Commission on 30 May 2018 has not yet been adopted by the European legislators. However, this call for accreditation is published to facilitate the application of potential beneficiaries of Union grants as soon as the legal basis is adopted by the European legislators.
Erasmus accreditation is a tool for organisations that want to open up to cross-border exchange and cooperation.
Accredited Erasmus organisations will gain simplified access to funding opportunities under Key Action 1 of the future Programme (2021-2027). The conditions for accredited organisations’ access to funding will be defined in yearly calls for proposals published by the European Commission.
The award of the Erasmus Youth accreditation confirms that the applicant has appropriate and effective processes and measures in place to implement high quality learning mobility activities as planned and use them to benefit the youth field.
The Erasmus Youth accreditation is open to the participation of any public or private body established in:
- the Member States of the European Union,
- third countries associated to the Programme, under the conditions set out in the legal basis
Deadline: 31 December 2021 at 12:00 (midday Brussels time).
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