Erasmus+ IVTA Disemination



VolunteerCharity“Can Ring

Pulls”Action(dåseringe)will be launched at each partner school. At the beginning of the project we will start our volunteer charity"Can Ring Pulls" action, by collecting the can rings at every partner school.The can rings are used for a good purpose in Thailand, Africa, where volunteer doctors produce prosthetics for poor people who have lost their leg or arm.The action will serve to encourage school community, their families and friends to recycle ring tabs from any standard aluminum cans for making of artificial limbs for poor.
All gathered can ring pulls will be delivered to Inner Wheel Denmark, which stands for collection of them and supports the project dåseringe. Project Dåseringe is a Danish charity project that works in Scandinavia and helps disease affected in Asia.
We hope collecting can ring pulls will become a good habit for everybody involved in our project and this habit/activity will be continued and maintained after the project is finished.
Collecting can in a local cafe, near the school in Majorca.

Erasmus Corner

Erasmus Corners will be created and information of project, project topic and its aims and tasks, partner countries will be displayed. Erasmus Corners will be prepared in open places that are visible by all pupils/teachers/school guests. It will show photos ofthe activities, information of the partner countries, articles, works of the topic and sub-topics, posters, time schedule and advertisement materials. The corners will be updated regularly and after every event.
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Erasmus Corner. IES Arxiduc Lluis Salvador. Majorca


15, 16 & 17 October 2020

Three days of celebration of the Erasmus+ Programme in Europe and beyond during the #ErasmusDays. A unique opportunity to organize an event, share your Erasmus experience or spread the word about your project.

International mobility and European citizenship are once again at the heart of the #ErasmusDays 2020. In 2019, 3 995 events were held in 53 countries! Are you ready to do even better this year?

Whether you are an Erasmus+ beneficiary, an European actor or an alumni of the programme, the #ErasmusDays will give you the chance to share your experience, organize an event or spread the word about your project.

Do you want to study or train abroad? The #ErasmusDays give you three dedicated days to learn about the Erasmus+ Programme and talk with the programme’s alumni who will be happy to share their experiences with you!

Exhibitions, concerts, contests, seminars, partner networking, open days, distribution of Europass Mobility documents, digital events,… The success of the #ErasmusDays is bottom up: it means that local events are organized by and for citizens.
Many countries organize a multitude of actions for the #Erasmusdays.

There’s not a minute to lose: organize an #ErasmusDays event, participate in one near you, share an event or post a testimonial on social networks about your European experience and your commitment to Europe!






Erasmus Day 
IES Arxiduc Lluis Salvador. Majorca
Together We Can Through Volunteering
5 December
Over the last months, as the COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged across the world, volunteers have been at the forefront of medical, community and societal responses. Headlines in the world’s media have paid credit to volunteers for all kinds of work, from helping to provide medical care, to doing shopping for vulnerable neighbours, or checking up on elderly people living alone.
The COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan by the WHO identifies community volunteers as key stakeholders for risk communication and community engagement. This indicates the valuable and great effort the WHO believes volunteers are doing during COVID-19.

This year's IVD campaign thanks volunteers worldwide and also sheds light on the difficulties and needs of volunteers during the pandemic. Showing the impact of volunteers in their communities during this crisis, we will reach to all corners of the globe with the message "Together We Can Through Volunteering."


International Volunteer Day (IVD) is a global celebration of volunteers. It takes place every year on December 5 to shine a light on the impact of volunteer efforts everywhere.

Volunteers are leading social change around the world. This special day promotes the work of volunteers at all levels, including local, national and international. It is an opportunity for volunteers to raise awareness of, and gain understanding for the contribution they make. It is also a unique chance for volunteers to celebrate their efforts, to share their values, and to promote their work.

The act of volunteering is found in all cultures, languages, and religions. Each year, hundreds of millions of people volunteer their time and skills to help make the world a better place. When they volunteer, they help to improve the lives of others and they also gain a greater sense of belonging to their communities.

On 5 December, people around the world celebrate IVD with rallies, parades, volunteer fairs, group clean ups, blood donations, conferences, exhibitions, fundraising, workshops and volunteer recognition events.