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Androulla Vassiliou, Member of the European Commission, in a press conference on the programmes 'Erasmus for All' and 'Creative Europe' on 26th of November 2011. Photo: European Union, 2011 / Source: EC - Audiovisual Service / Georges Boulougouris


2011

November: The Commission presented a Legislative Proposal for establishing a new programme for youth, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020. The Proposal was debated in the European Council.

December: The Committee referral announced in European Parliament: Committee of Education and Culture will handle the proposal.


2012

May: The Proposal is debated in the European Council.

July: Hearing in the Committee for Culture and Education, European Parliament.

September: Draft Report of the Rapporteur Doris Pack presented in the Committee for Culture and Education.

October: Tabling amendments to Draft Report.

November 6: Discussion on the Draft Report in the Committee for Culture and Education Culture, European Parliament.

November 26: The Council for Education, Youth, Culture and Sport takes place in Brussels. The Council will take note of the state of the play of the Erasmus for All.

November 27: Vote upon the Draft Report and amendments in the Committee on Culture and Education, European Parliament.

December: Beginning of the unofficial discussions, including at least the Commission and the Parliament.

Rapporteur Doris Pack (EPP, DE) in an European Parliament's plenary session on Erasmus for all in November 2013. Photo: European Union 2013 - EP.


2013

From January on: Programme Guide, implementation.

Spring: Trilogue negotiations between the European Council the Commission and the Parliament.

26 June: The agreement is reached and the new programme name released.

19 November: European Parliament plenary vote on Erasmus+.