Briefing: Erasmus+ funding for young people: Brexit background information

Policy product type
CSN briefing
Published date
October 18, 2017
Chris Hayes
Issues Covered
  • EU funding of youth activities
  • Implications for Erasmus+ of Brexit
  • International exchange programmes
Brexit and local government, Children's services and education, Culture and sport, Devolution, Democracy, Scrutiny and Governance, Voluntary Sector and Community Engagement
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The EU funded seven-year Erasmus+ programme aims to promote the growth of youth work, sport, training and education across Europe though exchange of students and other activities. Expenditure is currently about €130 million a year. This briefing describes the programme and looks at the possible effect of Brexit.

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