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, and any communication about your project must acknowledge this. Use the ‘Funded by the European Union’ logo to clearly show how your project is funded. 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.

Download the logos from the Léargas Brandox page or the European Union download centre.

2. Use Other Logos for Branding

Along with the mandatory ‘Funded by the European Union’ logo, you may like to include other logos for branding. You can use the Léargas, Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps logos to acknowledge support. Visit the Léargas Brandox page 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 video tools can also help:

5. Create images

These tools will 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

These guides will help you to recognise and share the results of your project:

How to Communicate Your Project, a 24-page guide from the European Commission, has five sections: ‘Plan your Comms journey’;  ‘Visualise your project’; ‘Write your project stories’; ‘Share your project results’; and ‘Evaluate your experience’.

Our video 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 Youth Application Clinic

This online event is for those planning an Erasmus+ KA1 Youth Exchange or Youth Worker mobility project under 4 May 2023 deadline.

Deadline: 28 March 2023

Application Clinic Youth Participation Activities and Solidarity Projects

This face to face application clinic in Dublin will prepare those making your application under Under Youth Patricipation and Solidarity Projects under the 04 May 2023 deadline.

Deadline: 12 April 2023

EPALE Disinformation Event for Adult Learning Professionals

Participants will learn about the many challenges imposed by the information age, especially in relation to the analysis and evaluation of information, and discuss how the disinformation problem can affect the work of educators. They will work in groups and critically discuss and evaluate different sources of information in the digital world, examining their features, contradictions, and nuances. Through the analysis of digital media pieces, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on some of the best practices to identify and combat disinformation.

Deadline: 13 April 2023

Léargas Gathering 2023 – Skills for Life

The annual Léargas Gathering is back! In line with previous participants’ feedback, our flagship event will take place earlier in the year, on 27 April 2023.


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