In May 2018 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.
A drama with heavy consequences
From January 2018, Les Têtes de l’Art accepted to join the “OnGea – ONline GEAr enhancing Youth Work” project, financed through the Erasmus+ programme. Coordinated by ROOTS & ROUTES Cologne (Germany) the project is implemented together with 10 project partners – cultural and artistic organisations from Italy, Netherlands, UK, Greece, Lithuania, Hungary, Romania, Spain and France.