Erasmus+ Guide 2023 published with new support provided to mobility projects in the field of sport

Erasmus+ Guide 2023 published with new support provided to mobility projects in the field of sport

On 23 November, the European Commission published the Erasmus+ Guide 2023, with related Calls for Proposals foreseen to be launched in the upcoming week(s).

The Programme guide provides information for applicants on procedures, conditions and criteria, and general and more detailed information about the programme and the available support. The main novelty is the support to Mobility projects in the field of sport under Key Action 1, which will provide the staff of sport organisations with the opportunity to go abroad for e.g. job shadowing or coaching assignments (learning mobility abroad). A novelty for sport organisation is also the fact that the management of this part of the programme is decentralised, which means that sport organisations will need to submit their applications to the  Erasmus+ National Agencies in their respective countries by 23 February 2023.

Under Key Action 2, the Partnerships for Cooperation, Not-for-profit European Sports Events and Capacity Building in the field of Sport will continue to be financed also next year. . The management of these actions is centralised and therefore handled by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA); accordingly, applications for the aforementioned actions must be submitted via the Funding and Tender Opportunities Portal by 22 March 2023.

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