These recommendations were produced between September 2018 and January 2019 by the Inclusive Mobility Alliance (IMA) member organisations, during two training events using NonFormal Education methodologies, and finalised through online consultations and online participation. Although these recommendations were produced mainly with the Higher
Education and Youth fields of Erasmus+ in mind, they are highly transferable to the School sector, adult and VET sector, as well as other programmes and mobility schemes (e.g. European Solidarity Corps, traineeships etc.).
The Inclusive Mobility Alliance (IMA) is an alliance of 21 organisations and European networks (including Autism-Europe), representing three different fields: Higher Education mobility, Youth mobility and Disability. As stated in the Inclusive Mobility Alliance Declaration, the IMA partners stand for full inclusion in mobility and an inclusive Erasmus+ programme.