Position paper on Youth on the Move
EUCIS-LLL appreciates the transversal approach taken within the Commission’s Communication through its four main lines of actions. It insists that it is important to consider learning mobility “for all” and not only focus on students’ mobility in higher education. In order to give everyone a chance to access learning mobility it should happen in all sectors (vocational education and training, schools, non-formal education, etc). We also recommend specific measures to target those who are further away from learning. Furthermore we believe that learning mobility should not only aim at better employability but should be seen as equal to active citizenship and personal development. Making mobility a reality for all requires a strong political and financial commitment from the Members states at national and European level notably in the framework of the future programmes for education, training and youth.
- EUCIS-LLL position paper on Youth on the Move
- Youth on the Move website
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