About this consultation

Consultation period
9 January 2018 - 9 March 2018
Topics
Consumers, Culture and media, Digital economy and society, Education and training, Employment and social affairs, EU enlargement, Humanitarian aid and civil protection, International cooperation and development, Justice and fundamental rights, Migration and asylum, Research and innovation, Regional policy, Sport

Target group

All citizens and organisations are welcome to respond to this consultation.

All citizens, organisations and stakeholders with an interest and/or involvement in issues related to learning mobility;  education and training apart from mobility;  volunteering, humanitarian aid, solidarity;  youth work; labour mobility; culture, media and arts; citizenship and values; justice area, judicial cooperation, rights; consumer protection are welcome to respond to this consultation

Objective of the consultation

In 2018, the Commission will make comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework, which is the EU's long–term budget.  The Commission's proposals will be designed to make it possible for the EU to deliver on the things that matter most, in areas where it can achieve more than Member States acting alone. This requires a careful assessment both of what has worked well in the past and what could be improved in the future. This consultation is an integral part of the process and its objective is to collect the views of all interested parties on how to make the most of every euro of the EU budget.

Consultations have taken place in the context of evaluations of existing EU financial programmes covering several policy areas, including on current performance and future challenges. The views expressed by stakeholders in these consultations will be taken into account as part of the current process for the future Multiannual Financial Framework.

In parallel, to this consultation, there are others running in parallel, covering the entire spectrum of EU future funding in the following areas: Cohesion; Investment; Security; Migration and Asylum; Strategic Infrastructure.

How to submit your response

You can contribute to this public consultation by filling in the online questionnaire. In order to allow the Commission to best understand your position, you are welcome to elaborate on your answers in the dedicated text boxes foreseen for this purpose.

The questionnaire is accessible in 23 EU languages. Contributions may be submitted in any of these.

The questionnaire takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

You may pause and save your work and continue later. You may download the questionnaire in PDF format. Once you have submitted your answers, you may download a copy of your completed responses. At the end of the questionnaire you will be given the possibility to upload supporting documents (max: 1MB) to complement your contribution.

In the interest of transparency, the Commission asks organisations who wish to respond to the consultation to register in the Transparency Register and subscribe to its Code of Conduct. If you are a registered organisation, please indicate your Register ID number when replying to the online questionnaire. If your organisation is not registered, you can register here. Then you can return to this page and submit your contribution as a registered organisation.

It is important to read the specific privacy statement for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.

View the questionnaire

You can access the questionnaire here

Additional information

More information can be found on the following webpages:

Contact

SG-OPC-VALUES-MOBILITY@ec.europa.eu

Disclaimer

Please note that this document has been drafted for information and consultation purposes only. It has not been adopted or in any way approved by the European Commission and should not be regarded as representative of the views of Commission staff. It does not in any way prejudge, or constitute the announcement of, any position on the part of the Commission on the issues covered. The European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided, nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof.