The Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland met the online course needs of at-home carers by working with colleagues in Norway and Belgium in an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership. Read how the project developed from the first meeting in Brussels at a contact seminar.
Adult educator Kathleen Grimes describes how she used Erasmus+ funding to learn about Anti-Bias methods and tools for inclusion. Kathleen attended an international training course ‘Including Everyone: Creative and participatory method-training’ in Berlin, Germany.
“I couldn’t imagine how much history is behind the programme, nor how many socio-political and economic changes it has undergone.” On Europe Day Petar Dukic, our Inclusion and Diversity Officer, traces how his understanding of Erasmus+ has grown. In particular, he reflects on how the programme has been shaped by European history and shared values, and how it continues to respond to changing times.