Access to education programmes in Europe

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Motion #56
Not taken
  • ESSEX, SOUTHEND AND THURROCK

THAT Conference notes the continued uncertainty as to what Brexit means and how it will affect the educational opportunities afforded to learners in the United Kingdom.

Conference therefore instructs the Executive Committee to put forward to the Joint Executive Council that the Joint Executive Council lobby the Government to ensure that all European educational programmes currently available to citizens of the UK, such as the Erasmus programme, continue to be accessible and remain funded to the same level as for all European citizens.