the Fund for the European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD)
to finance a wide range of measures supporting people fleeing Ukraine.
Support under the Erasmus+ programme
The Erasmus+ programme can play a key role in offering support to pupils and educational staff fleeing Ukraine.
We are mobilising the following funding opportunities
Ukrainian pupils can be welcomed quickly by education and training institutions involved in Erasmus+ cooperation projects, with flexible use of project funding
Ukrainian teachers and trainers can receive financial support to facilitate their integration
qualified staff may be sent, on a temporary basis, to regions where refugees are accommodated
institutions benefiting from ongoing Erasmus+ projects in areas such as inclusion, diversity and the integration of refugees may, on a voluntary basis, reallocate part of their funds in support of activities for Ukrainian refugees
Support through European platforms
We are providing support for Ukrainian children and teachers through European platforms, including the School Education Gateway and eTwinning.