Max Fras

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Britain's Houses of Parliament is seen at sunrise in London on 31 December 2020 on the day that the Brexit transition period ends and Britain leaves the EU. Photo by NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP via Getty Images.

The EU-UK trade deal which came into force on 1 January 2021 ends the UK’s participation in Erasmus+, the EU’s largest education, training, youth and sports programme. The UK will not be signing up to the programme’s next seven-year cycle, beginning in 2021, meaning that British young people – as well as teachers, university administrators, youth workers and others – have lost the right to apply for funds to study, learn, volunteer and travel in the European Union – and a number of non-EU countries – while European youth are missing out on the same opportunities in the UK. The UK government’s decision itself is not up for discussion in this piece, our concern instead is ensuring the proposed successor to Erasmus+ achieves its full potential.…  Seguir leyendo »