TAFISA Participates in 2024 Erasmus+ Sport Info Session


TAFISA Participates in 2024 Erasmus+ Sport Info Session

29 January 2024

On 30 January the Erasmus+ Sport Info Session was held and provided information about the political context, the future programme and funding opportunities, and changes in the grant application procedures in 2024. 

The opening course of the event was moderated by Sophie Beernaerts, Acting Director, EACEA and it featured different speakers. The programme comprised of six different sessions with each session detailing information, advice and tips on the Erasmus+ Sport Programme, its policy priorities, application steps and tips on how to present proposals for each funding category.

The event was a great opportunity to network, learn and meet project partners. TAFISA was well represented as the Secretary General Jean-François Laurent and Senior Manager Game Mothibi participated in the event along with TAFISA Board Members Jacqueline Kronenburg from Knowledge Centre for Sport and Physical Activity Netherlands, and Marco Tomasini from FIGeST, and TAFISA Europe co-Chair Patrik Perosa from Sport Union Slovenia. 

More information on Erasmus+ Sport InfoDay and the various presentations can be found here - Erasmus+ Sport Info Day

TAFISA Staff and BoD Members at the Erasmus Sport Infor Session
L-R: TAFISA Secretary General; Jean-Francois Laurent, TAFISA BoD member; Jacqueline Kronenburg, TAFISA Senior Manager; Game Mothibi and TAFISA BoD Member; Marco Tomasini



Known as Erasmus+ since 2014, when it enlarged its original scope of activities, this emblematic programme is ranked by Europeans as the EU's third most positive result, just after free movement and peace. Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. The Erasmus+ programme has supported 14 million people in various education, training, youth and sport mobility activities. In 2024 Erasmus+ continues to expand, bringing positive change to diverse sectors and landscapes. It will continue to offer transnational experiences to school pupils, higher education and vocational education and training students, as well as opportunities to adult learners, educators and staff, and young people in non-formal learning programmes.