SocialErasmus is an international project (run by ESN), which aims at involving students in activities having a social impact, while abroad on their Erasmus. The purpose of SocialErasmus is to maximise the potential of young people studying abroad by allowing them to participate in volunteering activities. This opportunity will allow them to have an increase awareness of social issues and to find possible solutions. 

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Going to study abroad for a period of time is a big challenge for young people, as they are facing an unfamiliar environment, a new language and culture. It can be even more difficult for students with disabilities, who may find themselves in unsupportive environments or facing disability-related stereotypes. To overcome such challenges, ESN developed the ExchangeAbility project, with the aim of making our organisation accessible for students with disabilities, to help removing obstacles to participation in the exchange programme and promoting the same opportunities to everyone!


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Erasmus in Schools - Mov'in Students

Erasmus in School - Mov'in Students is one of the main projects included in SocialErasmus: ESN volunteers and Erasmus/Exchange students promote Erasmus+ and, in general, student mobility in Italian schools.

For more information on Erasmus in Schools project