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Copyright © 2018 by the Erasmus Student Network AISBL. All rights reserved. Erasmus Student Network: Annual Report 2017/2018 Coordinator: Kacper Olczyk (Communication Manager ESN AISBL 2017/2018 & 2018/2019) Published by: Erasmus Student Network AISBL Design: Aurélia Cefis, Kacper Olczyk, Katarzyna Pasierbiewicz, Jan Hrubý Editing: Kacper Olczyk, Aurélia Cefis Contributors: Kacper Olczyk, João Pinto, Rasmus Benke-Åberg, Tim Bastiaens, Isabelle Bouvier, Gorka Guerrero, Aurélia Cefis, Carmen Mazijn Cover photography: Annual General Meeting Costa Brava 2018 by Katarzyna Pasierbiewicz


« Yes, we are all different. Yet, we have decided to use our differences to learn from each other. The colours of ESN all blend in the honest belief in “Unity in Diversity”! » João Pinto, President of Erasmus Student Network Annual General Meeting Costa Brava 2018


Table of Contents Foreword

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30th Anniversary of the Erasmus+ Programme ESN’s vision for the future of Erasmus+ ESN’s vision for the future of Erasmus+ Quality internships & digital opportunities Partnership with Pernod Ricard reaffirmed HousErasmus+ research concluded ESN recognised in multiple contests Volunteering for a more inclusive Europe Mobility accessible to everyone Digital future for international exchanges EAIE Conference in Sevilla AGM Costa Brava/ESNreview Social Inclusion Days/ ESNvolunteer Survey

Press Clippings Overview of Media Activity

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What is ESN Vision, Mission, Principles and Values ESN Structure Finances ESN in Numbers

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Causes of ESN Social Erasmus ExchangeAbility MappED! Responsible Party International Erasmus Games Mov’in Europe Eduk8 Online Learning Agreement ErasmusInterm ESNcard ESNbuddy

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ESN as a Member Institutional Partners ESN and Public Funding ESN’s Official Sponsors Marketing Supporters, Media and Strategic Partners ESNcard Partners #MobilityIsMyLifestyle Competition

International Board 2017/2019 ESN Secretariat International Board Supporters Council of National Representatives

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he values on which Europe is based are very dear to the Erasmus Generation. Free movement, the shared cultural heritage, or the trust in one another are examples of what brings together

this generation with no age nor territory. In 2017-2018, ESN has proudly represented those that share this vision for society and the values in which it is based, contributing to several debates and reflections on the European project. With this mission in mind, and while effusively celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus Programme, we have enquired current and former Erasmus students about their views on the programme. This process led to the creation of the #ErasmusUpgrade Manifesto, a document that outlines a vision for Erasmus+, serving as a starting point for informed debates at all levels. This year we have also successfully concluded, for example, the HousErasmus+ and MappED! projects, contributing with recommendations on how to improve the quality of student mobility. This was also an year of internal reflection. Acknowledging the need for a reform, ESN volunteers across all countries have dreamed about the structure and brand of our network, a debate that will continue next year. To maximise the impact of our activity we have systemised our work around six thematic fields which we are publicly presenting for the

JoĂŁo Pinto President of the Erasmus Student Network

first time in this publication. This reflection also aims at reaching out to more people, an ambition that has been at the centre of our strategy this year. We are now working with the European Social Fund and with Vocational Education and Training to develop activities that can be inclusive to more audiences. Through an ambitious development of our platform ErasmusIntern.org, we started promoting digital opportunities and Erasmus+ traineeships across the world. As members of the Stakeholders’ Committee of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, we are bringing the sector closer to the Erasmus Generation. In this annual report we highlight these and other important achievements that our proud volunteers have achieved in one year. We are thankful to all those that have worked with us and look forward to continue building the Erasmus project together with you.

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30th Anniversary of the Erasmus+ Programme Since its birth in 1987 the Erasmus Programme gave the opportunity to experience living and learning abroad to 9 million and grew to offer a large number of additional opportunities to individuals and organisations. The 30th Anniversary of Erasmus+ was celebrated across many countries and institutions. In June 2017 during a conference in Strasbourg the Erasmus+ App was launched signifying the transformation the programme underwent in 30 years. The celebrations concluded in December with an event in BOZAR in Brussels full of performances and inspiring testimonials. JoĂŁo Pinto, the President of ESN joined the panel with Martine Reicherts, Director-General for Education and Culture and Hywel Ceri Jones, one of the founders of the Programme. All around Europe, ESN volunteers organised hundreds of events to celebrate the Anniversary including debates, flag parades and even a bus tour around the country. Online, the #HumansOfErasmus campaign uncovering the human side of Erasmus was curated by ESN.

All around Europe, ESN volunteers organised hundreds of events to celebrate the Anniversary

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ESN’s vision for the future of Erasmus+ The Manifesto is based on input gathered through an online questionnaire with over 1,000 answers, face-toface consultations with volunteers from across ESN’s 40 member-countries and contributions from International Relations Offices.

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Following over 2 years of consultations, on the 27th of April, the Erasmus Student Network released the #ErasmusUpgrade Manifesto which contains 13 recommendations to improve the successor of the Erasmus+ Programme. The document has been presented during a Press Conference with representatives of the European Commission and translated into different languages by ESN education experts. The manifesto targets all involved in the conceptualisation and implementation of the Erasmus+ programme, specifically the European Institutions, National Authorities, higher education institutions, and the participants in the programme. Its results are the base of ESN’s stands on the international and national level in the context of upcoming discussions on the funding and shape of the Erasmus+ successor programme.

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The 13 recommendations of the #ErasmusUpgrade Manifesto

OUTREACH 1. Increased reach in Europe 2. Increased reach throughout the world 3. Increased reach with more tools

SUPPORT SERVICES 4. Reinforced and inclusive support services 5. Support to face societal challenges and equip participants with skills for the 21st century

MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION 6. Standard mobility process 7. Digital tools to counter bureaucracy

RECOGNITION OF MOBILITY OUTCOMES 8. Mobility windows to increase credit recognition 9. Better communication to achieve full credit recognition 10. Study and work: an “integrated Erasmus+ approach”

INCREASE BUDGET FOR MORE QUALITY, OUTREACH, AND TRANSPARENCY 11. Economic background of the participants 12. National support towards mobility 13. Monitoring and levelling incoming and outgoing students

Read the #ErasmusUpgrade Manifesto at www.esn.org/manifesto Highlights

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Quality internships & digital opportunities The past year brought a steady and significant growth of over 30% to ErasmusIntern.org - an online platform that brings together traineeship providers and students seeking a training opportunity abroad. Since 2018, ErasmusIntern features Digital Opportunity Traineeships – an EU-funded training initiative aimed to equip young people with skills needed for the fast-changing world and help companies fill vacancies with digitally competent candidates. At the same time, ESN pays close attention to the quality of internships. Through a validation system for Recruiters and integration with CAPQI (Collective Awareness Platforms for Quality Internships) project, we aim at improving the experience for young people entering the job market. With the Erasmus+ Traineeships soon expanded to partner countries ESN looks forward to providing even more international students with quality internship opportunities.

Currently ErasmusIntern brings together 65,700 active users and 13,200 open internship offers.

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Partnership with Pernod Ricard reaffirmed We believe that the Erasmus Generation must be the symbol of a healthy lifestyle, becoming themselves ambassadors of a healthier Europe.

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On the 24th of January ESN and Pernod Ricard renewed their partnership for 8th consecutive year before an engaging panel debate “Smart prevention works: encouraging European students to adopt a responsible way of life” co-organised with Euractiv in Brussels. In 2017, the Responsible Party program was the subject of an independent evaluation. The study highlighted the relevance and efficiency of the project. After collecting the testimonies of more than 30,400 program participants, 88% of them found the initiative useful and almost two thirds modified their alcohol-related habits. The partnership has been revitalised with the commitment of Pernod Ricard and ESN to contribute United Nations’ Sustainable Developments Goals, particularly good health & wellbeing. We believe that the Erasmus Generation must be the symbol of a healthy lifestyle, becoming themselves ambassadors of a healthier Europe.

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HousErasmus+ research concluded The research was based on over 8000 replies from all over Europe, 10 study visits, 4 regional conferences and stakeholder discussions.

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Between 2015 and 2017 ESN together with partners has conducted the biggest research on international student accommodation in Europe. The HousErasmus+ project brought together key stakeholders in the field, with the research itself was coordinated by the European University Foundation. The final conference took place in September in Brussels presenting project outcomes, including a comprehensive research report and Recommendation & Good Practice Booklet. The thorough research proves that almost half of Erasmus+ mobile students found local housing difficult and 12% even reported attempts of fraud. Despite big regional differences, no overarching housing policy for international students exist. With lack of financial resources often preventing young people from experiencing international exchanges, housing becomes a major challenge constituting majority of the expenses. ESN is committed to work towards finding sustainable solutions in the field and cooperating for the benefit of international students.

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ESN recognised in multiple contests In 2017/18 ESN has been shortlisted 7 times in multiple contests and was awarded Silver for the Overall Best European Association.

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The efforts of ESN volunteers and the headquarters have been recognised in multiple contests. At the 2018 European Association Awards ESN has been awarded Silver for the Overall Best European Association. The Judging Panel described ESN as “A great association that represents the young students of Europe.” Additionally, ESN has been shortlisted for the Eduk8 training programme promoting social inclusion through NFE and the cooperation between Erasmus Student Network and Ryanair. The PIEoneer Awards, recognising excellence in international education, shortlisted MappED! in 2017 as the Digital innovation of the year and ESN as Association of the year in the upcoming 2018 contest. Individually, two prominent ESN members have been acknowledged in Women of Europe Awards organised by European Movement International and the European Women’s Lobby. Safi Sabuni and Carmen Mazijn have been shortlisted respectively as Woman in Youth Activism and Woman in Action.

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Volunteering for a more inclusive Europe ESN believes that also exchange students can benefit from volunteering to enhance their language skills, intercultural competences and overall abroad experience. These activities enrich the community at large by bringing beneficiaries of the Erasmus+ programme, as ambassadors of European values, closer to their host communities. With the success of our long standing SocialErasmus programme, we committed even more to this cause in the SocialErasmus+ project which aims to increase the number of exchange students taking part in voluntary work. In May ESN also successfully organised the conference “Fostering Active Citizenship Through Erasmus� at the European Parliament. The panelists came from the European Commission, the European Parliament, and other civil society organisations. With the submission of a Pilot Project to the European Parliament this might soon translate into a new action for Erasmus+.

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Mobility accessible to everyone ESN has been actively tackling the worryingly low number in the participation of students with disabilities in mobility programmes - only 0.15% for Erasmus+ in 2014. Through MappED! project together with disability expert organisations we aim to provide equal opportunities to students with disabilities for their participation in exchange programmes. The project concluded in August 2017 with the final conference, where the web portal and mobile application was shown and Best Practices booklet for better cooperation between International Relation Offices and Disability Offices as well as recommendations for policy makers were released. ESN advocates for accessible mobility for example through a discussion between Members of the European Parliament, representatives of the European Commission and ESN members 2017 on how to make Erasmus + more inclusive which took part in December. Currently ESN develops an alliance to unite relevant stakeholders in making student exchanges more accessible for people with disabilities.

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Digital future for international exchanges

EAIE Conference in Sevilla

Inefficient administration and bureaucracy are one of the challenges which the Erasmus+ programme has to face before its expansion. Together with key stakeholders in European consortia such as the European University Foundation ESN is ensuring a digital future for mobility programmes. Erasmus Without Paper 2.0 project connects university information systems while the Online Learning Agreement+ offers an intuitive, user-friendly platform which replaces the traditional, paper version of the Erasmus+ Learning agreement. The Erasmus+ app, which displays useful tips, local ESN events and is compatible with the OLA has already been downloaded more than 40,000 times.

Among 6000 participants from 95 countries who attended the EAIE, Europe’s most important international higher education conference, Erasmus Student Network was represented by 4 members. During 4 days, the participants had the chance to participate in discussions, debates, keynotes, poster sessions and workshops on a variety of topics. ESN’s contribution focused on the digital future of Erasmus+, inclusion of students with disabilities and housing situation of international students. We presented how the Online Learning Agreement, MappED! and HousErasmus+ projects can solve those challenges and make the exchange programmes easier, more inclusive and accessible. Through our presence, ESN confirmed its valuable place in the landscape of higher education.

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AGM Costa Brava

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In March 2018 around 900 young people gathered in Costa Brava for ESN’s general assembly – the Annual General Meeting. Representatives of ESN sections have re-elected the International Board members for a second mandate and decided on the future of the network. In-between the plenary sessions, ESN volunteers had the opportunity to develop their competences through various workshops, take part in a fair with representatives of hundreds of European universities and companies and experience the Spanish culture. Finally, almost a thousand of participants walked hand in hand waving the colours of their flags high in an impressive and cheerful Flag Parade.

In 2016, in order to manage the foreverincreasing amount of volunteers, sections and member countries as well as activities and services for students and a rapidly changing higher education landscape a structural review of the organisation has begun. After an assessment of ESN’s structures and organisational processes by external evaluators a task force has been set up to implement recommendations outlined in the review report. Although the majority of delegates voted in favour of the intensely discussed proposal, the percentage necessary to change the statutes has not been reached. As more discussion follows and the governance structure is ironed out, the International Board remains committed to implement consensual structural changes and ensure sustainable future for the organisation.

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Social Inclusion Days

ESNvolunteer Survey

For the first time volunteers of the Erasmus Student Network came together to join the Social Inclusion Days - an initiative for a cause of social inclusion through volunteering. Every semester for two weeks international students were provided with opportunities to contribute to improving society, engage local communities and join inclusive events In total, more than 26300 young people participated in over 1100 events in 31 countries, taking part in activities such as food drives and donations, fundraisers, clothes donations, animal shelter visits, school or kindergarten sessions, events with people with disabilities, educational workshops, conferences or even an impressive beach cleaning and many more events that promote social inclusion.

In order to strengthen and improve the volunteering experience in ESN, in 2018 for the first time ever the ESNvolunteer Survey has been launched. This internal research initiative in the field of human resources is open to everyone and is intended to obtain more insight into motivation and satisfaction, well-being and personal and professional development of ESN volunteers. Aside from research, the initiative allows for a self-reflection on individual volunteering experience and personal and professional growth. The survey kick-starts the development of long-term HR strategy for the whole organisation and will improve this experience for the generations of ESN members to come.

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Europe’s ambition to double Erasmus+, boost language skills

THE PIE NEWS | DECEMBER 1, 2017

“João Pinto, president of Erasmus Student Network, told The PIE News that integrated education across Europe will be the best way to combat the tide of Euroscepticism that peaked in 2016. “To fight Euroscepticism, the Commission is betting on Europe’s young people as they tend to be more supportive of an integrated Europe,” he said.”

International student housing situation is “alarming” – ESN

THE PIE NEWS | OCTOBER 30, 2017

“A housing shortage across many European host nations is seriously affecting international students, a new Erasmus Student Network survey has revealed. According to the findings, victims have experienced discrimination and fraud in addition to a critical shortage of residence provision, which is reportedly being ignored by some HEIs, policymakers and housing providers.”

Brexit may hurt popular Erasmus student exchange scheme, officials say

REUTERS | JANUARY 30, 2018

“It is going to be hard to keep the framework of Erasmus if we become not part of the EU,” Erasmus Student Network President João Pinto told the seminar, organized by the Centre for European Policy Studies and the British Council.”

Party smart: The battle against excessive drinking

EURACTIV | DECEMBER 4, 2017

“It is the first EU-wide alcohol prevention programme implemented by the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) with the aim of promoting “Responsible Drinking”. Volunteers are informing students about the harmful effects of alcohol overconsumption at parties as well as distributing water for free.”

Ryanair launches new Erasmus Student Network booking platform

BUSINESS WORLD | AUGUST 18, 2017

“President of Erasmus Student Network, João Pinto said, “We are excited to see this new booking platform go live, bringing so many travel opportunities to Erasmus students. This cooperation is a game-changer for young people with wanderlust who want to discover Europe during their exchange abroad. We look forward to seeing all those students benefiting from discounts and special offers to make their experience not only affordable, but also more enjoyable.”

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The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is the largest student association in Europe. It was born on 16th October 1989 and legally registered in 1990 to support and develop student exchange. We are present in 1,000 Higher Education Institutions across 40 countries. The network is constantly developing and expanding. 13,000 active members, that in many sections are supported by so-called ‘buddies’, act as mentors for international

About Us

students. Thus, ESN involves over 29,000 young people offering its services to around 220,000 international students every year. ESN works for the creation of a more mobile and flexible education environment by supporting and developing student exchange as well as providing an intercultural experience also to those students who cannot access a period abroad (“internationalisation at home”).

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Vision

For the enrichment of society through international students. Mission ESN is the key volunteer student organisation in international higher education in Europe. We provide opportunities for cultural understanding and selfdevelopment under the principle of SHS - Students Helping Students.

Principles • ESN works in the interest of international students. • ESN works to improve the social and practical integration of international students. • ESN represents the needs and rights of international students on the local, national and international level. • ESN provides relevant information about mobility programmes.

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• ESN motivates students to study abroad. • ESN works with the reintegration of homecoming students. • ESN contributes to the improvement of different mobility programmes. • ESN cares about its members. • ESN values volunteering and active citizenship.

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Values Unity in diversity, diversity in unity Students helping students

We all have different backgrounds but share one common aim and goal.

We passionately commit ourselves to volunteering for the benefit of others.

Love for Europe as an area of peace and cultural exchange We live and benefit from the cultural richness of Europe to the utmost.

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International dimension of life We are open-minded, mobile, like to discover and explore, to cooperate, to interact and to break Borders.

Fun in friendship and respect We encourage relations based on respect.

Openness with tolerance

Cooperation in integration

We understand and accept others and learn from them.

We share a holistic view towards internationality.

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Structure

ESN consists of 530 local ESN sections working daily with international students. During National Platforms, they have the chance to exchange best practices. The sections also elect their National Board, which is in charge of conducting national projects and representing ESN towards national institutions and stakeholders.

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The Council of National Representatives is one of the main strategic bodies of ESN International. It is composed of one National Representative per country. Its aim is to cooperate with the International Board for the strategy and policy-making of ESN International.

The Annual General Meeting is the highest decision-making body of the Erasmus Student Network. Both the local sections and the National Representatives elect the International Board for a term of one year.

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Finances Income

€1,133,227

Membership fees Projects Public funding Sponsorship Others

31,470 157,252 709,341 155,805 79,359

Expenditures € 1,159,089 Staff Headquarters Network Services Events & meetings Projects Others

328,775 151,525 133,321 106,101 437,052 2,315

ESN benefits greatly from public grants supporting both project and administrative costs. These predominantly come from the European Commission, the Council of Europe and the Belgian state. Unlike many NGOs comparable to ESN a majority of incomes do not come from public grants supporting operating expenses, but rather from commercial partnerships, projects and membership fees. This represents a strategic cornerstone of ESN: to be self-sustainable and independent. A notable increase is seen in sponsorship income, with the acquisition of strong new partners and a reaffirmation of existing partnerships. Besides the costs of a growing Secretariat, other major cost components are services for the network and costs related to events/meetings. The latter includes external representation and support to the vast amount of internal conferences organised within the network. Lastly, headquarter costs are needed for ESN’s strong presence in Brussels with both an office and a house.

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Introduction The causes of ESN Social Inclusion

Skills & Employability

ESN strives for an inclusive mobility based on equity and on the needs of each individual. To achieve this goal, ESN has developed its own programmes and projects on the topic, raising awareness among international students and transforming them into more active citizens.

International students get valuable skills from their experience abroad. ESN works to increase the recognition of the skills acquired through student exchange and volunteering among employers.

Environmental Sustainability

Culture

International mobility has a costly impact in the environment due to frequent travelling. ESN aims at reducing this impact by organising greener activities and by raising awareness among international students.

Besides being a member of the Stakeholders’ Committee of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, ESN organises hundreds of cultural activities every year. The promotion of intercultural understanding is at the core of ESN’s mission.

Health & Well-being

Education & Youth

Studying abroad is an opportunity to acquire new and healthy habits such as practicing sport activities or having a balanced diet. ESN organises several events on the topic and works to raise the health literacy of international students.

Education is the core of ESN’s activity and youth is the main target group. ESN produces several positions, recommendations, programmes, and projects all aiming at improving the quality of international mobility and at guaranteeing that young people are heard in the process.

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Social Inclusion

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SocialErasmus

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1,792 SocialErasmus events and activities took place in over 30 countries in the past year.

Aims: • Involve exchange students in volunteering activities in their host country. • Promote a social attitude among international students and facilitate their social integration into the local community. SocialErasmus promotes a social attitude among young citizens participating in mobility programmes, in order to facilitate their integration into the local community while giving them the chance to make a lasting change in society through volunteering activities. The programme is widely implemented all across Europe in the local ESN sections, reaching its heights during the Social Inclusion Weeks, which allow ESN members and international students to contribute to a more inclusive society. To advance its cause, ESN is coordinating the SocialErasmus+ project which focuses on including volunteering into higher education programmes.

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8 grant partners with expertise in higher education, secondary education and non-formal education are collaborating to make local volunteering part of curricula.

Aims: • Better integrate of exchange students in local societies • Spread intercultural awareness and tolerance at a younger age • Increase recognition of voluntary activities in higher education The goal of SocialErasmus+ is to create the necessary tools for stakeholders to implement local volunteering in educational frameworks in order to ensure intercultural awareness and mutual tolerance in society. With the academic support in the project, a toolkit supporting the implementation of the project and a matching tool allowing students, schools and ESN sections find each other more easily will be developed. Four multiplier trainings will support coordinators in spreading their knowledge on the project.

www.socialerasmus.esn.org

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ExchangeAbility

MappED!

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589 ExchangeAbilty events and activities have been organised in 2017/18.

Aims: • Raise awareness about mobility opportunities for students with disabilities • Make ESN a more accessible organisation. For almost a decade ESN has been advocating for a more inclusive education system. On the local level ESN volunteers organise accessible activities which bring attention of young people to challenges faced by some of their peers and give the opportunity to local students with disabilities to experience the international and intercultural atmosphere in their city (internationalisation at home). At the same time ESN is developing online services: MapAbility and later MappED! - a platform providing information on the accessibility level of European Higher Education Institutions, student life and services provided for students with disabilities.

www.exchangeability.eu

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Over 350 Higher Education Institutions have been mapped since the platform’s launch. MappED! Info Centre features testimonies from students with disabilities who took part in an exchange.

Aims: • Provide support to students with disabilities through a web portal and an app. • Improve the availability of information on accessibility. The goal of MappED! is to provide equal opportunities to students with disabilities for their participation in the Erasmus+ Programme, providing them with the necessary tools to be better informed about their rights, procedures and support services. MappED! is a follow-up to the MapAbility project and provides students with information on the accessibility of not only university facilities, but also of surrounding areas and services, through a web portal and mobile application. Best Practices booklet for better cooperation between International Relation Offices and Disability Offices as well as Recommendations for policy makers were released as part of the project.

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Health & Well-being

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Responsible Party

International Erasmus Games

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Research has proven that 88.8% of students consider Responsible Party a useful programme and 61.4% modified their alcohol-related habits.

Aims: • Raise awareness among students on the negative health effects of excessive alcohol consumption. • Contribute to the reduction of binge drinking and promote responsible drinking and healthy lifestyle among students. Responsible Party, a collaboration between Pernod Ricard and ESN, is the first pan-European program tackling the topic of unhealthy alcohol-related habits among young adults. By now almost 600 Responsible Parties in 32 countries have been organised, involving 367.000 participants. Using a peer-to-peer approach, student ambassadors organise informative and awareness-raising activities during student parties in a fun and engaging way. The program includes various activities which aim at improving the health and wellbeing of international students.

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850 international students have taken part in the International Erasmus Games so far and thousands have competed in tournaments on national and local level.

Aims: • Organise activities for international students under the motto of healthy sport competition • Promote sport and healthy lifestyle among the Erasmus Generation International Erasmus Games are a national initiative of ESN, which focuses on organising sport activities for exchange students. After a series of local and national tournaments, teams representing their host countries gather for an international finals. The last edition took place in Niš, Serbia and gathered over 150 international students competing is volleyball, basketball, futsal and tennis. Alongside the event, ESN volunteers organize and take part in sports challenges, nutritional workshops and campaigns to promote a healthy lifestyle and the prevention of obesity, alcohol and drug abuse.

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Culture & Education

Training

Mov’in Europe

Eduk8

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231 mobility-related events have been organised in almost 30 countries in the last year. 2 winners of the Mobility Is My Lifestyle competition travelled through 5 cities in 2 weeks.

Aims: • Promote mobility as a lifestyle. • Provide information on mobility opportunities for young people, students and young graduates. • Foster intercultural dialogue through international exchanges Mov’in Europe inspires young people to study, work and volunteer abroad and provides informational about widely available mobility opportunities. The programme promotes mobility through the ambassador programme, engaging digital campaigns as well as initiatives all over the network, such as mobility days, fairs, conferences and testimonials. At the same time, ESN brings attention to the intercultural aspect of international exchanges through events like language cafes, country presentations or international dinners. For the past two years, the Mobility Is My Lifestyle a competition have been organised providing the winners with an exciting trip around Europe.

www.movineurope.esn.org

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154 ESN members are certified in non-formal education training methodologies. With the support of the Council of Europe, in 2019 the program will focus on developing media literacy among ESNers.

Endless Possibilies

Aims: • Provide self-development opportunities through non-formal education methodologies • Create a Pool of Trainers empowered with the tools and knowledge needed to educate and develop fellow members in the network. Eduk8 is ESN’s key training program aimed at the growth and development of our members. Through an advanced training-for trainers programme, ESN continues to grow its pool of trainers, who equipped with the right knowledge and non-formal methods facilitate knowledge exchange in the Network. Moreover, Eduk8 organises events developing soft skills of ESN volunteers in a specific fields as well as the ESN Academy, where participants are able to create an individual training curriculum choosing from diverse workshops. Finally, members of the Eduk8 pool use their knowledge to enhance other ESN events in the educational aspect.

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Online Services

Online Services

Online Learning Agreement ErasmusIntern.org Key facts

Since its launch in 2017 more 19 thousands Online Learning Agreements have been created and more than 650 HEIs have been involved. In a survey, 89% of students using the platform report a satisfactory experience.

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Aims: • Provide a free of charge platform for digitalising the traditional paper-based workflow • Increase efficiency and enhance management of the international exchange administration

ErasmusIntern has a community of 65,700 active users and 13,200 open internship offers.

Aims: • Provide international internship opportunities for youth. • Promote and advocate high-quality internships

The Online Learning Agreement and its follow-up project Online Learning Agreement+ are initiatives led by the Erasmus Student Network and the European University Foundation. Through a digital version of the Erasmus+ Learning Agreement, OLA aims to simplify internationalisation by reducing administrative workloads both for students and university staff. OLA features an intuitive, user-friendly platform that allows for verification through digital signatures. The compatible Erasmus Dashboard, which helps universities manage the administrative side of mobility, is already available while the OLA for Erasmus traineeships will be developed by the end of 2018.

Since 2018, ErasmusIntern features Digital Opportunity Traineeships which allow for development of highly demanded skills on the job market

ErasmusIntern.org is an online platform that brings together traineeship providers and students seeking a training opportunity abroad. It gives students the opportunity to create their profiles and add their key competences, their language knowledge and their skills and interests. Students can search for traineeships by keywords and refine their search. At the same time, companies and organisations can publish their traineeship offers and search for trainees using precise filters. Digital Opportunity Traineeships have been integrated into the platform providing young people with a chance to develop skills most needed on today’s job market.

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ESNcard

ESNbuddy

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172,600 ESNcard holders benefit from over 1,500 discounts around Europe.

Aim: • Provide access to all services and discounts offered by ESN and our partners to international students. The ESNcard is the membership card of the Erasmus Student Network. Used also as a student discount card, it is distributed by the ESN sections in almost all the countries where ESN is present. The project consists of the online platform ESNcard.org and the ESNcard itself. International students can benefit from a wide range of discounts on the international, national and local level from renowned companies to local businesses and institutions. ESN’s partnership with Ryanair has benefitted over 200.000 international students and allowed them to save over 6 million Euro since September 2017.

Alongside a buddy-matching application, the project aims at the creation of corresponding guidelines and recommendations.

Aims: • Create a universal platform for matching international and local students • Develop recommendations and guidelines to support the implementation of the process BuddySystem is a project coordinated by Erasmus Student Network France. The project, which will run until 2020, builds on ESN’s experience in supporting exchange students by pairing them with a local mentor or buddy. This process fosters internationalisation at home as well as integration of international students into local community and often leads to developing lasting friendships. The main goal is to create a universal system for buddy matching across Europe. Additionally the project will develop recommendations, a handbook with factsheets and guidelines for national organisations which will manage the BuddySystem.

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External Relations

As Europe’s biggest network of student organisations, it is important to be in contact with other organisations that share similar interests and offer opportunities for networking and best-practice sharing. ESN has been involved with a range of (umbrella) organisations and fostered collaboration through the Liaison Office and the International Committee for Education. As for stakeholders, the most important for ESN is the Erasmus+

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Unit of the European Commission. ESN provides support in the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme and helps disseminating information about its features. As member of the Stakeholders’ Committee of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, ESN works with the Culture Unit to bring closer the Erasmus Generation and cultural heritage. ESN also works with the Youth, Vocational Education and Training, and European Social Fund units of

the European Commission as a way to reach out to more people that can benefit from ESN’s services and support. The European Parliament, in particular its Youth Intergroup, has supported ESN’s advocacy for an inclusive Erasmus+ that also provides more opportunities for volunteering. ESN also collaborates with the Council of Europe through a work plan, an operating grant, thematic Study Sessions, and engagement on the Advisory Council on Youth.

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ESN as a Member

European Youth Forum (YFJ)

European Movement International (EMI)

The European Youth Forum (YFJ) is a platform of 104 youth organisations in Europe, representing both National Youth Councils and International Non-Governmental Youth Organisations. Strong efforts in advocacy in the field of youth makes YFJ the perfect partner. The cooperation also offers opportunities for ESN members to get involved in youth issues beyond student mobility. ESN is active in several groups namely the Volunteering network and the expert groups on Erasmus+ Funding and Membership Diversity and Inclusion. Our strong commitment continues through our active participation in the Structured Dialogue for Youth.

The European Movement International (EMI) consists of 39 National Councils and 39 International Organisations that aim to contribute to the establishment of a united Europe founded on the principles of peace, democracy, liberty, solidarity, and respect for basic human rights. For ESN, it is a great platform for networking and providing opportunities for ESN members to get actively involved in supporting the European project.

Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP)

Erasmus+ Student and European Citizen Action Alumni Association (ESAA) Service (ECAS)

The Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP) brings together 41 European networks covering all sectors of education and training, including networks for higher education and training, vocational education, adult education and many more. The Lifelong Learning Platform provides a wide range of information on the work of the EU and in addition, plays an important role in the advocacy for better education systems for all. ESN is active through platforms like the Erasmus+ Coalition or by contributing to consultations and campaigns like Erasmusx10.

The Erasmus+ Student and Alumni Association (ESAA) brings together four organisations working in the field of mobility and professional development with Erasmus+ (Erasmus Mundus Association, garagErasmus, OCEANS Network and Erasmus Student Network). The umbrella creates opportunities for member organisations to increase their impact in Erasmus+ related activities, and provides students and alumni a space to network and develop themselves personally.

External Relations

The European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) is an international, Brussels-based non-profit organisation with a pan-European membership and 27 years of experience. ESN collaborates with ECAS in the field of digital democracy, particularly through the project Digital Ecosystem for E-Participation linking Youth (DEEPYOU). Since 2018, ESN is also a member of ECAS.

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Institutional partners

European University Foundation (EUF)

Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)

The European University Foundation aims at strengthening and accelerating the development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Through innovative and concrete examples, new kinds of mobility schemes are developed in support of this aim. ESN has collaborated with EUF on several aspects to improve mobility and international experience: through the development of the Online Learning Agreement, the Erasmus+ App and through participation in each others’ key events.

The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) promotes understanding, strengthens relationships and facilitates cooperation among the people, institutions and organisations of Asia and Europe. ASEF enhances dialogue, enables exchanges and encourages collaboration across several thematic areas. ESN has collaborated with ASEF in the aspects of education and culture through promoting opportunities for dialogue between young people and institutions and by participating in the events of the Asia-Europe Meeting education process.

European Network on Cultural Management and Policy (ENCATC)

The Class of 2020

ENCATC is a network of more than 100 member institutions and professionals in over 40 countries active in education, training and research within the broad field of cultural management and policy. ESN cooperates with ENCATC in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, offering ESN volunteers the opportunity to learn more about the topic, eventually bringing the Erasmus Generation closer to European heritage.

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The Class of 2020 is a leading student housing network working on the advancement and development of the student housing sector in Europe. Through the creation of best-practice sharing platforms and research studies, the Class of 2020 has managed to gather leading actors in the field of student housing. ESN has collaborated with The Class of 2020 through joint actions in researching and bringing forth the international student aspect in the housing sector.

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ESN and Public Funding

If you are interested in a partnership with ESN for any grant or tender application, please contact our Director at director@ esn.org. The Erasmus Student Network has participated in projects funded by the European Union since 2005, mainly in the LLP (Lifelong Learning Programme) and more recently in the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme. The European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe has also supported different ESN initiatives. ESN benefits from an annual operating grant from the European Commission but is also involved in different project-based grants and tenders. ESN has conducted several EU-funded research studies and social projects addressing the quality issues of learning mobility and is well-connected with other organisations within the field of education and youth.

External Relations

Erasmus Without Paper 2.0

CAPQI

A follow-up to the Erasmus Without Paper project. Erasmus Without Paper 2.0 brings together a diverse consortium of universities, university networks, software providers and ESN. The project aims at creating free public infrastructure connecting university data systems in order to tackle the administrative workload for students and staff by online exchange of student data.

CAPQI (Collective Awareness Platforms for Quality Internships) is a project that aims to support students’ and graduates’ transition from education to the labour market by improving the quality and transparency of internship programs. It provides the tools for interns to assess their experience and encourages internships of high quality.

DIVE

Study Session

ESN is collaborating with JEF and AEGEE in the DIVE project to identify barriers for young people to volunteer for local, national and European networks. The project aims at collectively reflecting on how to encourage young people with less opportunities to volunteer for international organisations and develop inclusive strategies for recruitment and management of volunteers.

The Study Session “Under the Rainbow” was organised in close cooperation with the Council of Europe Youth Department and focused on the topic of LGBTQI inclusion among international and intercultural students. The six-day non-formal education based training took place in the European Youth Centre in Budapest in April.

Other projects • • •

Blended Erasmus+ Staff Training (BEST+) Empl-oi Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics (SHEILA)

DEEP-linking Youth

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ESN’s Official Sponsors

In ESN, we highly value all stakeholders who have the desire to join our mission – help the Erasmus generation. Throughout the year, we partner up with companies with a high focus on youth, which connect with ESN in different fields where international students’ interest reside. Our partners bring a great added value to our work by offering better opportunities to mobile students, boosting their experience and helping with their current needs, from commercial advantages and professional development to social awareness. By investing in the Erasmus Generation, our partners are encouraging the empowerment of international students by indirectly investing in those who, in the end, will be their customers, workers and other stakeholders.

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“The first year of the partnership “At BaseCamp we help students build between the Erasmus Student great communities and make the Network and Ryanair has been a most out of their student years. We marked success, with over 200,000 don’t only provide unique design flights booked by students, availing of and amenities but the sense of unity discounts worth over €6m. Ryanair among our residents and a belonging and Erasmus are natural partners, to the fast growing BaseCamp family. both responsible for pioneering true Partnering with ESN -the largest European mobility and integration. student community in the worldWe look forward to continuing to was a no-brainer. We are proud to facilitate European travel for ESN stand together with ESN in creating members through our unrivalled value for students every day.” network!”

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Marketing Supporters, Media and Strategic Partners

ESN is also supported in different ways by other corporations and organisations. These work with ESN either in a commercial or non-commercial capacity, depending on the domain they work in and the objectives of the cooperation. The support they provide is, in the end, materialised through opportunities such as programmes for non-profits, marketing campaigns, media visibility or project-based cooperation, for ESN International and for our individual members. This altruistic support has a big impact on different levels and is highly appreciated in our organisation.

External Relations

“Our partnership with the Erasmus Student Network on the Responsible Party program is crucial for [us]. The various signs suggesting a reduction in binge drinking at the European level are a result of effective actions like ours, which associates committed industry players with associations and NGOs around relevant and useful prevention projects.�

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ESNcard

Premium Partners

Our mission is to deliver better opportunities to international students. However mobility comes at a certain price and it is frequently an obstacle that deprives the youth from achieving their goals. In order to battle this significant issue, we decided to join forces with corporate partners through our ESNcard project. We cooperate with companies that are willing to provide quality products and services at affordable prices. At the same time, these companies gain unique access to the short-lived market niche of mobile students.

With a 128% growth in visitors in the past year, the ESNcard platform ďŹ rmly enters the future awaiting growing partnerships and new developments.

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Partners

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Marketing Cooperation

#MobilityIsMyLifestyle Competition Mov’in Europe is an international programme of ESN started in 2014, running a multi-format campaign promoting various mobility opportunities to young people, students, and young graduates to study, work & volunteer abroad. To inspire the youth to travel and celebrate the European Year of Cultural Heritage we have taken up the challenge to organise a competition with the prize being a trip around Europe. The contestants needed to submit a 1-minute Instagram video answering the question: “How does mobility contribute to intercultural understanding?”.

We have teamed up with Ryanair, Hostelling International and Dr. Walter to create an unforgettable experience with travel, accommodation and insurance costs covered. 2 winners embarked on a two-week journey through 5 European cities - Milano, Kraków, London, Budapest & Barcelona - visiting heritage sites, benefiting from ESNcard discounts and exploring the local culture. The whole experience was documented in pictures daily and shared on Mov’in Europe channels. The results exceeded both last year’s edition and our expectations!

Social Media Campaign

222,000 10,600 6,200

Total reach

External Relations

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

1,500

Total engagement Total clicks on posts Total reactions

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People

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International Board 2017/2019

President

Vice-President

João Pinto

Tijana Stojanović

Communication Manager

Kacper Olczyk

People

Treasurer

Tim Bastiaens

Web Project Administrator

Jeroen van Lent

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ESN Secretariat

Rasmus Benke-ร…berg Director

Henriette Umutesi Administrator

Hugo A. Urciรณn Partnership Manager

Wim Gabriels Project Manager

Fakhra Karamat Financial Assistant

Gorka Guerrero Web Developer

Cรกndido Otero Web Developer

Carolina Vaz-Pires Graphic Designer 2016-2018

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Jérémy Apert HousErasmus+ Project Coordinator 2015-2017

Isabelle Bouvier Digital Marketing Intern

People

Katarzyna Udała Digital Marketing Intern 2017-2018

Aurélia Cefis Communication and Media Intern

Fernando Mínguez Digital Marketing Intern 2017

Diana Bologova Communication and Media Intern 2017-2018

Carlos Garcia EVS volunteer

Katarzyna Pasierbiewicz Communication and Media Intern 2016-2017

Marina Šarac EVS volunteer 20172018

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International Board Supporters CNR Administrator Meriel Smith (United Kingdom) Pablo Guillerna Franco (Finland) Hrvoje Grganović (Croatia) Diana Vranau (Romania) CNR Secretary Igor Pater (Poland) National Boards Coordinator Thomas Joly (France) Regional Platform Coordinator Giulia Gaino (Italy) ESN Alumni Board alumni@esn.org 2017 Mikael Skrabb (Finland) Christophe Andrey (Switzerland) Silvia Esteve (Spain) Iñigo Cruz (Spain) Marco Capriotti (Italy) 2018 Jasmin Zahn (Switzerland and Germany) Julia Svozil (Switzerland) Markus Lutter (Germany) Andreas Weinberger (Austria) Adam Włodarkiewicz (Poland)

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Liaison Officers liaison@esn.org Carmen Mazijn (Belgium) Dominique Montagnese (France) Gaffar Rampage (Netherlands) João Costa (Portugal) Kyriakos Kalantaridis (Greece) Oscar Boije (Sweden) Safi Sabuni (Sweden) Valentin Dupouey (France) Wim Gabriels (Belgium) Erasmus+ Student and Alumni Association (ESAA) Wim Gabriels (Belgium) Alexandra Bigotte de Almeida (Portugal) Berina Šabanović (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Emanuel Alfranseder (Sweden) Katarina Vaščić (Serbia) Kyriakos Kalantaridis (Greece) Laura De Bock (Belgium) Marija Papić (Serbia) Oscar Boije (Sweden) Valentin Dupouey (France) Safi Sabuni (Sweden) Jovana Stankovic (Serbia)

International Committees Chairing Teams

International Committee for Education Patrícia Gonçalves (Portugal) Mariano delli Santi (Italy) Kelly Claeys (Belgium) Network Committee Henry Rauhanen (Finland) Luis Miguel Real (Spain) Maria Ciarkowska (Poland) Theodoros Markou (Greece) Finance Committee Doruk Tekmen (Turkey) Tiago Pimentel (Portugal) Zuzanna Żukowska (Poland) Communication Committee Kaloyan Dimitrov (Bulgaria) Katarzyna Pasierbiewicz (Poland) Agnes Bauer (Finland) IT Committee Petr Zoufalý (Czech Republic) Dimitris Kritsotakis (Greece) Javier Rodriguez (Spain) Zoltán Tudlik (Hungary)

Structural Task Force Eliza Popper (Hungary) Matthew Clemo (United Kingdom) Safi Sabuni (Sweden) Inês Sá (Portugal) Jovana Stanković (Serbia) Gaffar Rampage (the Netherlands) Wim Gabriels (Belgium)

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International Teams ESNsurvey Agnes Fazekas (Hungary) Andrea Bittnerová (Czech Republic) Bojana Zimonjić (Serbia) Giovanni Telesca (Italy) Jaume Alonso (Spain) Laura De Vocht (Belgium) Eduk8 Eliza Popper (Hungary) Inês Moreira (Portugal) Marjut Jalkanen (Finland) Julia Rausch (Austria) Sini Juutilainen (Sweden) Judit Lantai (Hungary) Laura Häner (Switzerland) Martyna Płucienniczak (Poland) Nives Tomaš (Croatia) Dani Zsiros (Hungary) ExchangeAbility Xavier Boonman (Belgium) Maria Panagiotopoulou (Greece) Pascal Kuta (Sweden) ESNcard Alessandro Bruschi (Italy) Anna Orkisz (Poland) Sofia Tyrla (Greece) SocialErasmus Eric Carmona Martínez (Spain) Anna Demiri (Greece) Josipa Friščić (Croatia)

People

Mov’in Europe Iva Jurjev (Croatia) Sypridon Doufas (Greece) Beata Potančoková (Slovakia)

Communicati on Community Manager Kamil Can Erdem (Turkey) IT Community Manager Nadina Maria Pîrvănescu (Romania)

International Erasmus Games Hrvoje Grganović (Croatia) Nino Wilkins (Switzerland)

Statutes and Standing Orders Team Gergana Kocheva (Bulgaria) Adrianna Skolimowska (Poland) Thomas Lanvin (Switzerland) Antonio Del Sole (Italy) Igor Pater (Poland) Enzo Marquet (Belgium) Evgenii Puchkov (Russia) Matthew Clemo (United Kingdom)

IT Contributors Erik Berdonces Bonelo (Finland) Fabian Bircher (Switzerland) György Papp (Hungary) Jakub Krymarys (Poland) Marco von Frieling (Austria) Thomas Pappas (Greece)

Network Care Team Regional Coordinators Kyriakos Kalantaridis (Greece) Richard Greco (France) Daina Petrauskaitė (Latvia) Karolis Kriuka (Lithuania) Déborah Thiry (Belgium) Regional Training Coordinators Diana Vranău (Romania) Mickaël Golinski (France) Inês Moreira (Portugal) Karolina Rutkowska (Poland) Roland Bálint (Hungary) Presidents’ Community Manager Maire Moisto (Estonia) Vice-Presidents’ Community Manager Gina Diesing (Germany) BFC Community Manager Ben Gaffinet (Switzerland)

AGM Advisory Team Adrianna Skolimowska (Poland) Anka Jež (Slovenia) Isabel Guttenberg (Germany) Joel Jung (Germany) Loris Mulassano (Italy) Magdalena Baran (Poland) Emanuele Carmi (Italy) Matthew Clemo (United Kingdom) AGM Costa Brava Chairing Team Valentin Dupouey (France) Anka Jež (Slovenia) Pablo Guillerna Franco (Spain) Leonardo Valenti (Italy) #ErasmusUpgrade Erika Jankevičiūtė (Lithuania) Evelina Kurtinaitytė (Lithuania) Mariano delli Santi (Italy) Patrícia Gonçalves (Portugal) Judit Lantai (Hungary) Enzo Marquet (Belgium) Mathias Castelain (Belgium) Kelly Claeys (Belgium)

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Council of National Representatives ESN Austria Abier Ghazal Jens Bulinckx austria@esn.org

ESN Finland Toni Tamminen Noora Hautala finland@esn.org

ESN Lithuania Inesa Cvetkova Aurelija Ulcickaite lithuania@esn.org

ESN Slovakia Marianna Rudinská Ján Sivicek slovakia@esn.org

ESN Azerbaijan Emin Bayramli Tural Majidli azerbaijan@esn.org

ESN France Richard Greco france@esn.org

ESN Luxembourg Yann Eckhardt Ruby Christodoulou luxembourg@esn.org

ESN Slovenia Urška Grubac Kaucic Staša Zabukošek Jorg Karnel slovenia@esn.org

ESN Belarus Aliaksandr Lapatneu Alina Kurnasevich belarus@esn.org ESN Belgium Mattia Balloni Naomi Beaux belgium@esn.org ESN Bosnia and Herzegovina Amra Mujagić Lana Beciragić bih@esn.org ESN Bulgaria Atanas Toshev Albert Pashov bulgaria@esn.org ESN Croatia Hrvoje Grganović Tajana Mohnacki croatia@esn.org ESN Cyprus Kyriaki Rousou Erasmia Shimitra cyprus@esn.org ESN Czech Republic Margarita Kuvaldina czech_republic@esn.org ESN Denmark Bianka Bárkányi Susanne Schlebaum denmark@esn.org ESN Estonia Regina Rähn estonia@esn.org

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ESN Georgia Nika Koghua Ana Zarandia georgia@esn.org

ESN Macedonia Daniela Karadja macedonia@esn.org

ESN Germany Bünyamin Evren Hanna Plassmann germany@esn.org

ESN Malta Astrid Sant David Agius malta@esn.org

ESN Greece Kyriakos Kalantaridis greece@esn.org

ESN the Netherlands Jasmin Mathea netherlands@esn.org

ESN Hungary Petra Kiss Gábor Lajkó hungary@esn.org

ESN Norway Magnus Grøneng Haugdal Sunniva Petersen norway@esn.org

ESN Iceland Ingvar Gíslason Daniel Fernandez iceland@esn.org

ESN Poland Aleksandra Seweryn Bartosz Wojtas poland@esn.org

ESN Ireland Shannon McBride ireland@esn.org

ESN Portugal Inês Sá Romeu Neves Miguel Barros portugal@esn.org

ESN Italy Nour El Kholy italy@esn.org ESN Latvia Juris Rullis latvia@esn.org ESN Liechtenstein Verena Reichle liechtenstein@esn.org

ESN Spain Mireia Guix spain@esn.org ESN Sweden Ariana Carvalho Pascal Kuta Mikaela Åhlén sweden@esn.org ESN Switzerland Laura Giaquinto Sophie Girardin David Di Santo switzerland@esn.org ESN Turkey Gizem Pelin Altun Alev Hüner turkey@esn.org ESN United Kingdom Yassin Khalil Rituja Ravikiran Rao uk@esn.org

ESN Romania Dorottya Bréda Dora David romania@esn.org ESN Russia Evgenii Puchkov russia@esn.org ESN Serbia Marija Papić Jovana Radojević serbia@esn.org

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