Effects and outcomes of the ERASMUS+: Youth in Action Programme from the perspective of project participants and project leaders

‘Erasmus+: Youth in Action’ is part of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and
supporting European youth projects. The ‘Research-based Analysis of Erasmus+: Youth in
Action’ (RAY) is conducted by the RAY Network, which includes the National Agencies of
Erasmus+: Youth in Action and their research partners in 29 countries*.

This Executive Summary presents an overview of the main findings of our transnational analysis
of surveys with project participants and project leaders/team members involved in Erasmus+:
Youth in Action projects that were conducted between October 2015 and April 2016.

The study was designed and implemented by the Institute of Educational Science at the University of
Innsbruck and the Generation and Educational Science Institute in Austria, under the research
project direction of Helmut Fennes and in cooperation with the RAY Network. It was co-funded
within the Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) of Erasmus+: Youth in Action.

The full Executive Summary can be found here

In addition Main findings

Main findings – data report

Information originates from http://www.researchyouth.eu