Ongoing Inclusive Mobility Alliance 2.0 (IMA)

Inclusive Mobility Alliance is a project financed by the Erasmus+ Programme. The alliance makes the link between the disability, education and youth movements to watch over the mobility programmes to make them inclusive for all people

Inclusive Mobility Alliance is a project financed by the Erasmus+ Programme and co-ordinated by the Erasmus Students Network. The project gathers organisations and institutions from different fields to provide expertise in making mobility in higher education accessible to young persons with disabilities. The project includes partners organisations of and for persons with disabilities, Higher Education organisations and institutions, and youth organisations. The organisations focus on two goals: raising awareness of the policymakers on how to improve in mobility programmes; give concrete tips for organisations on organising mobility projects.


  • To gather partners from different fields with common interest around the topic of Inclusive Mobility who don’t work together yet;
  • To gather existing material, resources and research papers about the inclusion of students and young people with disabilities in Erasmus+;
  • To draft concrete recommendations on how to make the next Erasmus+ programme post-2020 more inclusive;
  • To create a long-lasting Alliance working on the topic of Inclusive Mobility.

More information about the project is available on the website.

Inclusive Mobility Alliance 2.0 (IMA)


Members AreaLoredana Dicsi

Membership, Internal Communication & Youth Officer

Joined us in 2015 Loredana is the responsible for the communication between our members and the secretariat, and is in charge of our internal members’ newsletter. She manages membership requests and can introduce us to interested organisations. She is also supporting the our Youth Committee and follows up on youth policies. Background She worked on European youth projects since 2005. She worked previously in VIEWS International, a NGO developing European projects for people with a visual impairment. She also worked in a school for blind in Romania her origin country. MA Inclusive Education – University Babes-Bolyai in Cluj-Napoca MSc Psychology – University of Louvain-la-Neuve