The activities in support for policy reform are targeted at the achievement of the goals of the Europe 2020 Strategy, of the Strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training (ET 2020) and of the European Youth Strategy
Which Actions are supported?
The following Action is implemented through this Programme Guide:
- Structured Dialogue: meetings between young people and decision-makers in the field of youth.
This Part B of the Guide provides detailed information on the criteria and funding rules applying to this Action.
In addition, Key Action 3 covers many other Actions in support for policy reform in the education, training and youth fields. These Actions are implemented directly by the European Commission or through specific calls for proposals managed by the Executive Agency. A concise description of these Actions is provided below. More information is available on the websites of the European Commission, Executive Agency and National Agencies. These other Actions are:
Knowledge in the fields of education, training and youth, involving evidence gathering, analysis and peer learning.
Prospective initiatives to anticipate innovative policies or prepare their implementation. They include specific calls for proposals managed by the Executive Agency on: a) forward-looking cooperation projects on policy development,led by major stakeholders; b) European policy experimentations, led by high-level public authorities and involving field trials in several countries based on sound evaluation methods
Cooperation with international organisations, such as the OECD and the Council of Europe. This Action will also foster policy dialogue with Partner Countries as well as the promotion of the international attractiveness of European higher education in the world. It will also support the network of Higher Education Reform Experts in Partner Countries neighbouring the EU and the international alumni associations
The Actions implemented through this Key Action are aimed to:
- improve the quality, efficiency and equity of education, training and youth systems through Open Methods of Coordination. Support the implementation of the general and Country-Specific Recommendations resulting from the European Semesters;
- promote transnational cooperation and mutual learning between competent authorities at the highest political level in order to test and improve systems, structures and processes;
- develop knowledge - in particular through peer learning-and analytical capacity to support evidence-based policy under the Strategic framework for cooperation in education and training (ET2020), the European Youth Strategy and specific policy agendas such as the Bologna and Copenhagen processes;
- make available sound comparative international data and appropriate secondary analyses for European and national policy making, facilitating the collection and analysis of substantive evidence to assess and monitor the implementation of innovative policies and to encourage transferability and scalability;
- support European networks and implement tools fostering transparency and recognition of skills and qualifications acquired through formal, non-formal and informal learning, paving the way to a European Area for Skills and Qualifications;
- support the active involvement ofcivil society networks and non-governmental organisations in policy implementation;
- support the Structured Dialogue with young people and encourage their active participation in democratic life - support exchanges of good practices, dialogue, mutual learning and cooperation among policy makers, practitioners and stake holders from Programme and Partner Countries;
- raise awareness of the results of European policies and of the Erasmus+ Programme and encourage their exploitation at local, regional or national level. Raise the profile and attractiveness of European higher education worldwide;
- foster synergies with other EU programmes, such as the European Structural and Investment Funds, as well as with funding schemes at national or regional level.
Projekte im Rahmen des Jugenddialogs 5. Februar 2020, 12.00 Uhr / 30. April 2020, 12.00 Uhr / 1. Oktober 2020, 12.00 Uhr