The sheer number of pupils with disabilities part that is taking Erasmus+ happens to be nearly stagnating since 2007, although the quantity of young adults experiencing Erasmus+ exchanges are increasing quickly. Issue associated with the inclusiveness of just one associated with flagship EU programmes was raised several times within the last couple of years. Despite many efforts made, Erasmus+ continues to be considered by many people as a rather elitist programme.
Between 0.17per cent (degree pupils and students mobilities) and 2.4per cent (Youth mobilities) of Erasmus+ participants are element of the alleged category «Unique requirements». Of course, there is certainly space for improvement!
Our solution: to generate an alliance of European organisations focusing on the main topic of Inclusive flexibility.
We now have collected 21 organisations with a high expertise in advanced schooling flexibility, Youth flexibility and impairment. The diagram above shows the logos associated with the organisations included and just how their field of work is interlinked.
- To collect partners from various areas by having an interest that is common the main topic of comprehensive flexibility;
- To assemble material that is existing resources and research documents in regards to the addition of pupils and young adults with disabilities in Erasmus+ and share them w >