At the invitation of Mille Couleurs Social Center, Maison de l’Europe in Nimes introduced to young people from Pissevin at Villa Morise on Wednesday, April 7 The Erasmus+ plan. For Pascal Besson, vice president of the association, the message is clear: “The program is usually related to students, but to all young people. Co-funded by the Occitanie region, it provides the first experience of European mobility for learning, work, cultural exchanges and many other activities. Young people from the lower income communities must know They can integrate it.” Caroline Guignard and Hassan Benmerzouq, coordinator and youth leader of A Thousand Colors, are taking this action: “In these communities, the flow of young people is very complicated. What is important is that they must be aware of the existence of these devices.” The two participants Zorah and Wassila explained that Léonie Ritter, the European Transport Project Manager of the Association, was able to emphasize the advantages of the project: “Communicating with other young people, learning languages, being able to adapt to the new environment, everything seems to be positive.” The discovery will continue in the Valdegour and Gambetta regions.