Four years after the Brexit vote took place, an agreement was finally reached on the future cooperation between the EU and UK.
Despite the ongoing pandemic preventing any physical events from taking place, Erasmus Student Network (ESN) organised the third Study Session, in cooperation with the Council of Europe, which took place in the second week of November.
This year was a very challenging one for the world, but despite the bad and the ugly, we had very good moments too.
Following their mutually complementary and supportive mission statements and objectives, ESN’s cooperation with the European Association for International Education (EAIE) has recently been solidified through a Memorandum of Understanding.
The General Online Training is designed and available to everyone registered in the European Youth Portal. Training is organised in five clusters and available in 24 official EU languages, as well as Icelandic, Macedonian, Norwegian and Turkish.
Erasmus Student Network was represented at the European Youth Work Convention, which is the central platform for discussing the latest developments in youth work practice and youth policy in Europe.
The award ceremony took place at the 10th REVEAL conference, this year hosted by the consortium of the projects CIM , PITCH and Job Bridge on December 10th and 11th, 2020.
From November 27th to 29th November 2020, ESN had a General Assembly (GA) meeting where more than 100 representatives from 42 national member organisations of ESN from across all corners of Europe gathered to decide on the future of our network.
In September 2020, the European Commission launched its vision for achieving a European Education Area (EEA) by 2025 with new priorities that offer young Europeans more opportunities in education, training, youth and culture at the EU level.
Every year, Erasmus Student Network organises regional training events for its volunteers, providing them with the chance to meet, learn, share knowledge, best practices, and facilitate collaboration.