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I care. Mantas story. Inclusion in my organisation: the present and a vision for the future

This publication reminds us that prioritising inclusion is not just an abstract goal, but also a practical action that we may take to contribute to the promotion of justice, solidarity and equality in our organisations, our work and our daily lives.  This is a goal that anyone can achieve, following the recommendations and experiences shared in this publication made by the VET National Team from Lithuanian National Agency (Education Exchanges Support Foundation). 

IDEA: Inclusion and Diversity in Erasmus+ Assessments

This resource has been developed by the SALTO Resource Centre for Inclusion and Diversity in
Education and Training for use by assessors working on Erasmus+ Key Action 1 mobility, in the fields of
Adult Education, Higher Education, School Education and Vocational Education and Training.

How to Establish a Network of Inclusion and Diversity Ambassadors?

The purpose of this publication is to provide an insightful overview and propose a roadmap for establishment of a national network of Inclusion and Diversity Ambassadors (ID Ambassadors). It is based on the experience of the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (AMEUP), the institution responsible for implementation of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps (ESC) programmes in Croatia.


The Eurodesk Guide on Inclusive Digital Communication

The guide covers general principles relevant to building inclusive and accessible information and communication based on best practices from organisations striving for a more inclusive world. It offers It offers 7 key principles to make information more accessible, as well as concrete measures and examples. Check out also  the accessible version of the Guide!

INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY: Erasmus+ Opportunities for Stays Abroad

The two pager that provides information about financial support Programme offers to participants and about flexible mobility types or blended mobilities, as well as some other important information for students planning mobilities in Erasmus+. This publication was created in collaboration with DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst). 

INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY: Internationalisation through Erasmus+

This two pager targets higher education institutions (HEIs). Among others, it includes information about financial support which Programme offers for inclusion of participants with fewer opportunities, stresses how national agencies can support HEIs and how Erasmus+ opportunities can be used strategically. This publication was created in collaboration with DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst). 

Guidelines on Development of Inclusion and Diversity Strategies

As part of its efforts to strengthen the inclusive dimension of the Erasmus+ programme, the European Commission has encouraged national agencies responsible for the implementation of the programme to develop national inclusion and diversity strategies. Together with a pool of experts that have been delivering tailor-made mentorship service to national agencies across Europe, SALTO developed guidelines with tips and tricks for the successful development of such a strategy.

Implementation guidelines: Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps Inclusion and Diversity Strategy

This document is the result of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps co-creation process, in particular, to reinforce their inclusion and diversity dimension. It builds on the experiences across the different sectors of the Programmes and encourages mutual inspiration and motivation among them. These guidelines have been developed in close cooperation with the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps National Agencies and other external stakeholders, with a view to bringing the Erasmus+ programme and the European Solidarity closer to people with fewer opportunities and the organisations working with them.

Inclusive Communication Manual

This manual, created by European Student Network (ESN), covers general principles of inclusive written, spoken and visual communication, as well as specific examples. The manual includes advice related to gender and sexuality, cultural and linguistic diversity, disability and accessibility, delivering inclusive events and inclusion in design. It also gives examples of behavioural communication that can sometimes be overlooked.

Inclusion and Diversity Action Plan on Erasmus Programme and European Solidarity Corps

This Action Plan was developed and adopted by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) to better address specific access challenges and raise awareness on various options and support mechanisms on Inclusion and Diversity. The Action Plan aims to be a practical tool to inspire, guide and promote practices that have proven to be effective in ensuring access to programmes for people with fewer opportunities, as well as in building inclusive and diverse environments.