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.
Together with the student association Gulliver, we had an online meeting with students from Università Politecnica delle Marche, in order to help them clear out any doubt about the Erasmus experience. Being 5 days before the deadline for the online application for the Erasmus+ programme, many students were still doubtful or full of questions. Some of the memebers of our sections agreed to meet them online the provide any kind of support they might need.
The goal of the activity was to give to the incoming and outgoing students of Unisannio an overview of how the Covid-19 effected the Erasmus programme and how the University of Sannio will act for the next semester.
In view of the Rolli Days in Genova, the collaboration between ESN IULM Milan, ESN Train and ESN GEG Genova was born to make an online event, the virtual visit of the city of Genova and an introduction to the Genoese museums.
Instagram stories focused on the topic of the European Green Capitals and the Award assigned by the European Parliament.
Raise awareness upon this Award and the importance to win it for a European city.
Instagram stories focused on the topic of the old Esperanto language. Would it be possible to create an even more unified Europe? Well, someone tried it by inventing an easy common language that everyone could feel as their own. What do you know about Esperanto?
The goal of this activity was to raise awareness upon this peculiar and unique language, created through the miscellaneous of different European languages.
The "Schuman 2.0" project, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union, aims to foster citizens' understanding of the EU, its history and its diversity, and in particular to raise their awareness of the historical significance of the Schuman Declaration.
We teamed up with the Salone dello Studente in order to create material that could be read and viewed by students so that they could get informed about the Erasmus experience and motivated to take on this journey.
Concerning the experience of an international student here in Italy, one of our ex Erasmus students made a video about her experience which was published on the Salone's website.
As for the experience of Italian students abroad, we interviewed some members of our ESN section and made info-graphics for each of them, showing where and when they went on Erasmus and reporting a quote from their interview. We then shared a post per day with the graphics on our Instagram page.
Lastly, we ended the social media campaign by posting an article about the significance of Erasmus on our website