This page has tips and resources to help you promote your project, and share the results and impact as it happens!

1. Credit the European Union for funding

Your project funding comes from the European Union. It’s a condition of funding to use the ‘Funded by the European Union’ to acknowledge this. This increases awareness of European programmes, and the possibilities they bring for people and organisations.

Use the logo on your website, social media, brochures, or any materials you produce that the public will see.

Visit the European Union download centre to get the logo in different formats.

2. Use Other Logos for Branding

You can design your own project logo, and also use the Léargas, Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps logos in your branding. Visit our Brandox site to download these logos.

3. Use Video

Video is a great way to promote your project, or share results and impact.  Watch our quick tips for making a video about your project.

These tools can also help:

5. Create images

Here are some tools to help you create images about your project.

6. Connect With the Media

These campaign-specific PR kits will help you share your story with the media.

PR kit for European Youth Week
PR Kit for Erasmus+ Schools Week
PR Kit for European Vocational Skills Week

7. See and Share

Heard the term ‘impact and dissemination’? Want to know more?

Watch our video which gives an overview of impact and dissemination for Erasmus+ mobility and European Solidarity Corps projects.

8. Find Out How Others Share Their Erasmus Stories

Want a little inspiration? Pick your sector and take a look at the stories!

School Education
Adult Education
Vocational Education and Training
European Solidarity Corps

Sharing Your Story: Step by Step

Tips and tricks to inspire dissemination!
Tell Your Story!

Read our blog post guidelines and shape your story for the Léargas blog

Download our Blog Guidelines

Events to Support You

Erasmus+ KA1 Short-Term Projects Application Clinic for Schools and Adult Education

This Erasmus+ School Education and Adult Education application clinic is for anyone interested in applying for funding under Erasmus+. It takes place online on 02 February 2022.

Deadline: 2 February 2022

Erasmus+ Accreditation Budget Clinic for Adult Education, Schools and Vocational Education

This budget clinic is for those awarded an Erasmus+ Accreditation. If you are planning to apply under the February deadline don’t miss this session on 02 February 2022!

Deadline: 2 February 2022

Tips From The Team

Principles of Writing an Erasmus+ Plan

In this blog Elva Duggan shares on how the principles of writing an Erasmus+ Plan


Meet The Team

Charis Hughes


Áine Beamish

Communications Officer (01) 8871243

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