EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL COMPETENCES – GREEN, DIGITAL, INTERCULTURAL, AND LIFELONG LEARNING SKILLS
Welcome to the 2020 Erasmus+ project development workshop – an excellent opportunity to interact with institutions, civil society organisations, and providers in the field of education and training, to build consortia for the next Erasmus+ calls.
Having the competences to be able to participate in interconnected, complex, and diverse societies is becoming increasingly important to live harmoniously in multicultural communities, be media literate, and thrive in a changing labour market. These global competences relate to the capacity to analyse local, global, and intercultural issues, to understand others’ perspectives and world views, to engage in open interactions with people from different cultures, and to act for collective well-being and sustainable development (OECD).
Acknowledging the importance of this, ERRIN is happy to announce that this year’s Erasmus+ Project Development Workshop (PDW) will be dedicated to global competences, based on four sub-themes: skills for the Green Deal, digital skills, intercultural skills, and lifelong skills.
The workshop is divided into two parts – a plenary session and a session with project development workshops. Please note that you need to register for these two sessions separately.
Part 1. PLENARY SESSION – 10.00-12.30
The plenary session will set the scene and introduce the overall theme of the workshop. It will include presentations on the Erasmus+ programme in the next programming period as well as useful tips on how to approach writing an application for the upcoming calls.
New Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027 – priorities and changes
OECD global competences framework
UNESCO coordination of the international community to achieve SDG 4 on quality education – partnerships, policy guidance, capacity development, monitoring and advocacy
Erasmus+ priorities for 2021
Writing a high-quality Erasmus+ proposal – tips and tricks
Part 2. PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SESSION – 13.30-17.00
Are you interested in international cooperation and would like to be a partner in an innovative project on skills related to global competences? Following our call for project ideas, 14 organisations are looking for partners to join their consortium to apply for the upcoming Erasmus+ calls.
Apply to participate by responding to the call for partners by Thursday 5 November 23.59 CEST.
Selected partners will be notified the week following the deadline.