Part B – Information about the Actions covered by this Guide
promoting healthy behaviours, in particular through the promotion of the practice of outdoor activities and grassroots sports, as means to promote healthy lifestyles as well as to foster social inclusion and the active participation of young people in society;
raising awareness about EU Citizenship and the rights that go with it or stimulating the active participation of young people in EU policy-making; a particular focus will be put on projects aimed at encouraging participation in the 2014 European elections, thus enabling young people to behave as active, informed citizens;
developing basic and transversal skills, such as entrepreneurship, digital skills and multilingualism in the field of youth, using innovative and learner-centred pedagogical approaches and developing appropriate assessment and certification methods based on learning outcomes;
enhancing ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) uptake in youth work and non-formal learning, through the support of learning and access to open educational resources (OER) in the youth field, supporting ICT-based training and assessment practices and by promoting the transparency of rights and obligations of users and producers of digitised content;
promoting stronger coherence between different EU and national transparency and recognition tools, so as to ensure that skills and qualifications can be easily recognised across borders.
Over the 2014-2020 period, 10% of the budget will be allocated in support of non-formal and informal learning opportunities in the youth field.
Version anglaise du Guide du programme du programme européen Erasmus+ pour l'année 2014.