Videos

Meet Alvaro Costa, the first student with disabilities to participate in the Erasmus Programme! The goal of the MappED! project 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 they are entitled to.

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Meet&Map! event in Warsaw on 20-21.03.2017 consisted of training on the topic of disability and mapping the accessibility of the university. Organised by Erasmus Student Network and Jaccede, it provided young people with an opportunity to understand students with disabilities better. Visit mapped.eu and download the MappED! App!

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On 27-28.03.2017 AHEAD and the Erasmus Student Network organised a two-day training event on creating inclusive and accessible conditions for students with disabilities at the University College Dublin. The guidelines for IRO & Disability Offices cooperation have been developed. The university facilities have also been added to MappED! online platform, allowing everyone to check their accessibility beforehand. Visit mapped.eu and download the MappED! App!

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Less than 1% of Erasmus students are people with disabilities. We believe that disability should never be an obstacle to mobility! MappED! project aims at increasing the number of students with disabilities participating in exchanges by providing useful information. Visit www.mapped.eu and download our app on Google Play or App Store. Let's make mobility accessible!

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MappED! Launch Press Conference | 21.03.2017

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Find out how and why we've mapped the accessibility of Europe's universities! The goal of the MappED! project 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 they are entitled to.

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