The OnGea tools generate interest among the associations promoting mobility
May 30th the European Commission adopted its proposal for the next Erasmus program, with a doubling of the budget to 30 billion Euros for the period 2021-2027. It is foreseen that the next program will provide learning and mobility opportunities to 12 million people.

In this context the mobility and youth organizations, were invited Thursday, July 26th and August 30th (officially the last day of the project) to discover the tools created in the framework of the OnGea project.

The feedback was very positive as they consider the tools very useful as it facilitates the exchange of information between the partner organizations, host organization and young participants etc.

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Les Têtes de l'Art

Les Têtes de l’Art, is a non-profit organisation that has been supporting and promoting participatory arts practices through committed action at the crossroads of culture, informal education, and social and solidarity-based economy.

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