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Contact seminar "Your actions matter! How to support refugees through Adult Education projects"

Does your organisations support adult refugees through non-vocational educational activities? Would you like to meet other European organisations working on the same topic? Are you willing to conduct projects in Erasmus+ Programme?

Apply for contact seminar in Warsaw!

Title: "Your actions matter! How to support refugees through Adult Education projects"

When and where: 13-16 September in Warsaw, Poland

Organiser: Polish National Agency, Adult Education Team

Deadline for application: 1st August 2022

This contact seminar aims at partner searching to the mutual Erasmus+ Adult Education projects focused on supporting refugees through non-vocational educational activities, networking in this area , sharing the best practices, discussing ideas and preparing drafts of new Erasmus+ Adult Education projects.

More information as well as application form are available here: https://salto-et.net/events/show/PL01_0394_TSS_2021

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