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Commission makes Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps more inclusive




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The Commission has adopted a framework which increases the inclusive and diverse character of the Erasmus + program and the European Solidarity Corps for the period 2021-2027. These measures give concrete form to the Commission's commitment to considerably strengthen these two programs, not only by opening up to a much larger number of people access to apprenticeship or volunteering in another country, but above all by reaching out to to a growing number of less fortunate people. With today's framework for inclusion measures, the Commission is giving strong impetus to improve equity and inclusion in the European Education Area and delivering on the promise made under Principle 1 of the European Pillar of Social Rights, which provides that everyone has the right to inclusive and quality education, training and lifelong learning. The Commission will closely monitor the implementation of these inclusion measures at national level through the national Erasmus + agencies and the European Solidarity Corps.

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