Civil society organisations

In the previous period, civil society organizations were able to participate in the Erasmus+ Programme exclusively as partners. In line with the increased opportunities for Serbia’s participation in the Erasmus+ Programme, the number of project types and the role of these organizations in projects are increasing. Namely, within many project types civil society organizations can now become coordinators. The table below shows projects types in which civil society organizations can participate and in which roles.

 Project type The role of Serbian institutions  Deadline The application is submitted to
 Key Action 1
Mobility projects for youth and youth workers  Coordinator 15th  February 2018  Foundation Tempus
Mobility projects for youth and youth workers  Partner 15th February 2018
26th April 2018
4th October 2018
 NA in Program countries 
Mobility projects in the field of adult education  Coordinator 1st February 2018  Foundation Tempus
 Key Action 2
Capacity Building in Higher Education  Partner 8th February 2018  EACEA
Capacity building in the field of youth (Western Balkans Youth Window)  Coordinator 8th March 2018
 EACEA
Strategic partnerships in the filed of school education, adult education and vocational education and training  Coordinator 21st March 2018  Foundation Tempus
Strategic partnerships in the field of youth  Coordinator
26th April 2018
 Foundation Tempus
Strategic partnerships in the field of youth  Partner that brings added value 1st February 2018
26th April 2018
4th October 2018
 NA in Program countries
Strategic Partnerships*  Partner that brings added value 21st March 2018  NA in Program countries
Knowledge Alliances*  Partner that brings added value 28th February 2018  EACEA
Sector Skill Alliances*  Partner that brings added value 28th February 2018  EACEA

Last modified: February 6, 2018



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