During one month in October, Time to Move activities will inform young people about European opportunities all over Europe. Hundreds of events await participants in around 20 countries.
Are you interested in knowing the hidden secrets of sciences? Join the European Researchers' Night taking place every year across Europe on the last Friday of September in over 250 cities across Europe and beyond.
How do you feel about living abroad? Could see yourself studying or working long-term in another country? Find out which Erasmus+ type you are in this quiz, then compare with your friends!
The Missing Type campaign was launched for the second year in a row in August. Find out why it is important to donate blood, how blood types are connected and how you can become a donor.
With cases of meningitis W on the rise, an infection that's fatal in one in 10 cases, it is more important than ever to get immunised, be aware of the signs and symptoms and know what to do if you suspect you or someone else has mening
Join the study on the impact of transnational volunteering through the European Voluntary Service (EVS) and take part in this survey.
The European Parliament has published new statistics on various aspects of young people's lives.
Youth unemployment, skills shortages in industry, high levels of graduates working low paid jobs – it’s time to start changing the way we look at the job market for young people. Drop’pin might have the answer.
Job and skill fairs are the best place to kick-start your career. With great options across the country you can find an event near you and showcase, enhance or discover your skills.
The job market is a competitive, scary place, particularly for those young people who have little working experience. Arm yourself as best you can by using employability networking tools like YouRock.
With university fees in the news and international study becoming more and more attractive to employers, is it time to consider studying in Europe?
For the 1st time, Slovakia holds the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 July to 31 December 2016
The Report explores young people's participation in economic, political and community life
Speaking two or more languages has been proven to have major benefits, so why would you not get on board with some anti-brain aging? We’ve compiled a list of language learning ideas for the modern world.
SALTO-YOUTH is a great way to find out about training offers, discover useful tools for training sessions and interact with a large community.
Travelling on your own for some people is a terrifying idea, for others it’s an opportunity to explore free of any constraints. Whatever your view, it’s important to make sure you’re safe.
The European Commission announced support efforts to change the policy area, increase education and awareness to tackle extremist propaganda. What does that mean for young people?
Cities all over the world are uniting for a greener future, but can we still travel and think green? We’re giving you a few ideas for more eco-friendly travel.
The 9th European Charlemagne Youth Prize was handed out on 3 May 2016. Solidarity and refugees have been major themes in the European public discussion last year, so it was no surprise that the winning projects had a similar focus as well.
The European Commission’s UK Representation has released an Erasmus+ video showing training, studying and volunteering. Follow our 3 young people from the UK traveling all over Europe to discover what you could do with Erasmus+.
Erasmus+ UK has launched their EVS20 page with information on finding out more, getting involved and case studies to get you inspired!
Young people across Europe often have similar dreams of becoming successful and find ways to become more involved. Structured dialogue is one of the best ways to get involved and be part of the change.
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