How can we have an impact in what is happening in Europe? How can we participate and shape democratic procedures?
Developing Intercultural Awareness and Competence
How can we have an impact in what is happening in Europe? How can we participate and shape democratic procedures? The seminar “My Vote – My Impact!” addresses current European challenges and future questions in the context of the 2019 elections for European Parliament.
Seminarium wymiany dobrych praktyk i dzielenia się rezultatami Partnerstw strategicznych w sektorze szkolnictwa wyższego
Mentoring is playing a key role in the support structure of volunteer opportunities organised within the Erasmus+ Youth in Action and the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) Programme. “Learn to be a Mentor” provides resources for mentoring volunteers. Read more
Organising international youth projects is not a mission impossible. Bringing together your idea, some basic knowledge about project management and the regulations of a funding programme enables youth leaders, youth and social workers, teachers as well as young people to prepare for international youth exchanges, youth initiatives or seminar and training events. Read more
European Programmes provide various non-formal learning experience: youth exchanges, youth initiatives and volunteering activities. These activities are based on learning through experience, which gives young people an opportunity to develop competences and one’s own personality. A perfect preparation for an unknown future. Read more
Learn Polish Online. Polish is spoken by 50 million people, making it the 20th most spoken language in the world. This blog post shows you several platforms as well as mobile apps to start learning and improving your Polish (or any other language) NOW! Read more
More than 50 people from various higher educational institutions around Europe met from 26.11.-29.11.2018 in Łódź, Poland to exchange experience and good practises on innovative teaching methods in Higher Education. They shared experience and tools as well as worked on future project ideas for strategic partnership activities within the European Erasmus+ Programme. Read more
We never take advantage of the whole repertoire of vocabulary of a language when we communicate. In everyday life conversations we use around 2000 words. From a language learning point of view, it’s very efficient to know these 2000 words to be able to understand most of the communication around you. Read more
What do you need to know to start your voluntary service in Poland? – Check out information and resources for volunteering activities within the European Solidarity Corps (also known as European Voluntary Service) and the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme: volunteering, learning and Youthpass, Poland, it’s history, places to see and travelling tips, learning the Polish language and working with children and youth. Read more