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Erasmus+ allocates funds for a wide variety of actions to enable lifelong learners to live an experience abroad, discover other cultures and working methods, exchange best practices and cooperate in many different ways. EUCIS-LLL closely followed negotiations for the 2014-2020 Erasmus+ funding programme (initially called “Erasmus for all”). EUCIS-LLL is also leading a coalition of 33 stakeholders who share common concerns as regards the participation of civil society in the design and implementation of the future programme together with the European Youth Forum. EUCIS-LLL also took position on the European Social Fund which is a key instrument to support lifelong learning.


New Position Paper: Implementing Erasmus+ better!

The Erasmus+ programme is a unique funding opportunity and a great step forward to modernise education policies at the local, national and European level.  To embrace its full potential, the LLLPlatform believes that the programme could benefit from more clarity, a stronger …

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New Manifesto “Building the future of learning”

“A humanistic and holistic approach of learning, from cradle to grave, is of continued relevance in today’s world and a viable foundation for the rethinking of education in knowledge intensive societies”. This is the core idea of the Lifelong Learning …

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European Social Fund 2014-2020: investing in lifelong learning

For a year now, negotiations have been on-going in Brussels after the Commission disclosed its draft proposal for the next Cohesion Policy 2014-2020. Representing more than a third of the next Multi-Financial Framework, the future Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund …

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EUCIS-LLL and Stakeholders’ Coalition messages on “Erasmus+”

EUCIS-LLL has led since a year and a half a stakeholders’ coalition of more than 35 European networks gathering thousands of organizations in secondary and higher education, vocational education and training, youth, adult education and popular education to follow up …

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EUCIS-LLL survey on partnerships, Erasmus+

EUCIS-LLL organised a survey on partnerships to feed in the discussions of the 2013 European Education, Training and Youth Forum. This annual Forum aims to bring together various stakeholders  in order to discuss key EU policy developments. The 2013 Forum was …

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EUCIS-LLL Manifesto “Building together the future of learning”

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The 2014 European elections will provide the right momentum to think about the future of learning in Europe. The current economic and social crisis gave a new impetus to deeper cooperation in education and training with a high focus on …

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Open Letter: Future of ‘Europe for Citizens’ Programme

On 27 of June, nearly 100 organisations and networks, both European and national, signed an open letter to support the “Europe for Citizens” Programme. We find it unacceptable that while the EU celebrates the European Year of Citizens in 2013 …

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Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020: defend investment in education and training!

In the framework of the on-going negotiations on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020, EUCIS-LLL strongly defends investment in education and training as a key element of the Europe 2020 strategy for inclusive growth and jobs. While figures for the different …

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Stakeholders’ view on the new programme for education, training and youth (October 2011)

28 European education, training and youth organizations formed a coalition to ask for a stronger and more comprehensive education, training and youth programme within the next multiannual financial framework. They welcome the Commission’s proposal to increase the budget for the …

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EUCIS-LLL position on the Commission proposal on the next multiannual financial framework (June 2011)

The European Commission published its proposal on the next Multiannual Financial Framework (MMF) 2014-2020 on 29 June 2011. We very much welcome the proposal of the Commission to raise the budget allocated to Education and Culture by 68% (from 9,1 …

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Stakeholders common vision on the future programmes (April 2011)

27 major stakeholders in education and training adopted a common position paper on their vision for the future of education, training and youth programmes. Entitled “Investing in People through Sustainable and Inclusive EU Programmes” the position paper proposes 4 key …

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EUCIS-LLL Position paper on the future of the Lifelong Learning Programme (January 2011)

Although three Separate impact assessments (Erasmus Mundus, Youth in Action, Lifelong Learning Programme) have been launched to support the proposal for a next generation of programmes, a coordinated approach is taken by the Commission to ensure that they contribute together …

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2010 Stakeholders’ Forum on the future of the Programmes

EUCIS-LLL co-organises Stakeholders Forums with the DG EAC in order to allow the broad consultation of stakeholders on the definition and implementation of the E&T work programme. In 2010, the Stakeholders’ Forum dealt with the future of the Lifelong Learning, …

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