Maison de l’Europe à Nantes
La Maison de l’Europe Centre Europe direct à Nantes recrute son nouveau directeur/directrice.
Créée en 2005, la Maison de l’Europe à Nantes est une association œuvrant à la sensibilisation à l’Europe et à la citoyenneté européenne.
Sa mission principale est de fédérer les initiatives de l’ensemble des acteurs de l’Europe à Nantes et en Loire-Atlantique. Elle propose des ressources (informations, conseils, formations…) pour sensibiliser les citoyens aux grands enjeux de l’Europe d’aujourd’hui et encourager leur participation.
Offre sur le site Internet
Directeur / Directrice ME Nantes offre en pdf
Presented in 23 European languages the School Education Gateway is a single point of entry for teachers, schools, experts and others in the school education field. It presents European education policy, news, trends, expert articles, national initiatives, actions for schools, areas for interaction, educational project best practices and additional resources.
Teachers and experts are invited to contribute to the community by discussing content and engaging in the School Education Gateway communities.
The School Education Gateway is funded by Erasmus+, the European programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport. It is operated for the Directorate General for Education and Culture of the European Commission by European Schoolnet, an international partnership of 31 European Ministries of Education developing learning for schools, teachers and pupils across Europe. The School Education Gateway is linked to eTwinning, the community for schools in Europe.
School Education Gateway
Are you involved in a Franco-German project and would like to extend the cooperation to include a third European partner?
Do you live in an EU-member state and want to realize a project idea with French and German partners?
Are you looking for a grant for your transnational, unconventional project?
Do you want to vote for your favourite project to win funding?
If so, then “ On y va – auf geht’s – let’s go” is just right for you!
For more information on the competition, including the conditions for taking part click HERE.
Click HERE to enter with your partners. Deadline is October 7th 2016
The Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support (OLS) helps Erasmus+ participants improve their knowledge of the language in which they will work, study or volunteer abroad, so that they can make the most of their experience.
The scheme has now been extended to refugees to facilitate integration into Europe’s education and training systems. The OLS can be used at any time from a computer, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection. The OLS language courses include a variety of self-paced modules covering different linguistic areas, as well as “Live Coaching” interactive activities (online MOOCs, tutoring sessions and forums).
The participation in this initiative is voluntary. In the participating countries, the access to the OLS is granted to refugees who wish to improve their knowledge of one of the languages available in the OLS (Czech, Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese and Swedish) by an Erasmus+ beneficiary institution/organisation that has decided to take part.
Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support
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Do you have an idea that fosters the Europe we believe in: a Europe of solidarity and openness shaped and nurtured by people? Apply for the Idea Camp 2017.
The theme this year is Moving Communities. 50 participants will be selected to join the 3-day Idea Camp in Spain in March 2017.
After the Idea Camp, participants will be invited to submit a concrete plan for further research or investigation of their ideas. A total of 25 proposals will be selected and consequently awarded an R&D Grant, up to a maximum of €10,000 each
Deadline to submit your idea is 20 September 2016.
For detailed information and to apply, visit European Cultural Foundation’s website: