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Inclusive Mobility POSTPONED

Main Info

Sector:
HE
Priority:
Inclusion (2014-20)
Type of presence:
Face-to-Face
Venue country:
Sweden
Venue city:
Stockholm
Working language:
English
Key Action:
KA1
TCA programme:
Postponed:
Yes
E+ Academy:
No
Start date:
07.04.2022
End date:
08.04.2022
Subtopic:
equal opportunities

TCA Description

Themes and goals:

Introduction 

Inclusion and diversity are high on the agenda in the Erasmus+ Programme 2021 – 2027.  

In line with the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps Inclusion and Diversity Strategy, the conference focuses on how to identify and reach out to people with fewer opportunities and underrepresented groups in the Higher Education sector. The conference is intended to support relevant stakeholders working with inclusive mobility by working with widening wi access to international mobilities. The TCA programme combines presentations, workshops and best practise sharing among relevant actors.


This TCA is a cooperation between SE01 and DK01.




Expected results:



Objective 

Generate greater awareness and knowledge about how to tackle barriers to participation and increase inclusion in HE mobility among participants. In addition, the objective is to inspire and equip participants with tools that can be utilised and shared at their institution. 

 

The conference will offer the possibility for participants to reflect on their needs in terms of development of internal and external cooperation structures and liaising with target groups. 

 


Expected results 

Gaining knowledge and tools that can be used to get to know the student population and target groups and to reach out and increase the number of persons with fewer opportunities and from underrepresented groups participating in Erasmus+ mobility. 
Additional information:

Target group  

HEI representatives working with inclusion, internationalisation, international mobility, disability, access support, widening participation, study and career counselling as well as management