The Eurodesk network is a support structure of the EU's Erasmus+ programme, which is operated by the Directorate General for Education and Culture.
Who is involved?
In each participating country Eurodesk relies on national partners, which
are national bodies working in the youth field (non-governmental organisations, or organisations supported by a Ministry) and have been selected by the relevant ministry in each country, to deliver its services.
These national partners work together as a European network supported by the Brussels based coordination unit, the Eurodesk Brussels Link.
Eurodesk National Partners cooperate with over 1.000 local Youth Information providers (Eurodesk Multipliers) to extend the availability of Eurodesk information services to young people at local level. Eurodesk offers these local agencies training, information tools, help and support to facilitate the provision of European information within their existing information provision, thereby increasing young people's access to European information.
If you are interested to know more about becoming a Eurodesk relay, contact your Eurodesk National Partner.