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This study is designed to gather, analyse and synthesise existing data and research on what works to enable migrant children who use a language at home different to the language of school instruction to participate in learning, attain proficiency in the language of instruction, and achieve results (qualifications, progress to higher education, progress to employment) that match their potential.
This publication gives an overview of the most relevant projects on youth and youth-related policies supported by the European Union‘s Research Framework Programmes.
Report from the Expert Group on Youth Work Quality Systems in the EU Member States
This publication marks a quarter of a century of EU youth programme accompanied by EU youth policy. It brings thinking on the EU actions in favour of youth, with the aim of stimulating debate about what youth work and non-formal learning can contribute to European education. From diverse viewpoints, it reviews EU cooperation in the field, points to successes and sets out possible future scenarios, particularly in the context of the Erasmus+ programme (2014-2010).
This brochure contains inspiring initiatives, practices and tools, including the EU projects, that showcase how youth work and non-formal learning can enhance young people’s creativity and innovation, through their experimental nature, participatory approaches, and peer-learning, and how this can help them to find their place in the labour market - and in life.