Communication Guidelines for Project Beneficiaries
All beneficiaries of the Erasmus+ Programme are encouraged to share their stories and the results of their projects with local communities and stakeholders. The Communication Guidelines for Beneficiaries are a step-by-step guide to communicating projects and their results.
The document helps you to
- Plan your #CommsJourney
- Visualise your project
- Write your project stories
- Share your project results
- Evaluate your experience
You can read the Communication Guidelines for Beneficiaries here
Plan your #CommsJourney
Plan your #CommsJourney! Firstly, you will need to consult the Programme Guide – particularly the section dedicated to communication, dissemination and exploitation.
Visualise your project
This section is about deciding the look and feel of your project. A visual identity will reflect the project’s communication strategy, remaining consistent and unique throughout your project’s digital presence.
Note that beneficiaries of EU funds must use the European emblem in their communications to acknowledge the support received from the European Union. It is mandatory and a requirement listed in the project’s grant agreement. Read the European Commission’s corporate guidelines for further information on the displaying the EU emblem.
Share Your Project Results
This section involves sharing your project’s results and acknowledging the projects achievements.
The Project Results Platform is a free dissemination platform and a database of all projects funded under Erasmus+.
Evaluate your #CommsJourney
This section involves evaluating the project’s commmunication strategy, collecting data and monitoring project activity. You can find more information in the DG Comm Toolkit on Evaluation and the Communication Network Indicators – Supporting Guide.
Please email us at email@example.com, we would love to hear about your project and to disseminate its achievements.