The Commission is proposing a renewed European Union Youth Strategy for the period 2019-2027. It will strengthen the EU's outreach to and dialogue with young people, building on the achievements of the current youth policy cooperation.
Due to delays in agreeing the legal framework for the European Solidarity Corps a transitional period was put in place before this new initiative will be adopted later this year.
Policy recommendations, training needs and good practice examples.
At the occasion of the closing event of the New Narrative for Europe initiative, which took place in Brussels on 31 January 2018, Commissioner Tibor Navracsics received young people to discuss their views on the future of Europe.
Ever thought of getting involved in youth projects outside Europe? With capacity-building projects in the field of youth, it's possible.
Erasmus+ prides itself on broadening young people's view of the world and openness to other cultures. Ever wondered how much? The RAY, short for Research-based analysis of Erasmus+ Youth in Action, has all the details.
Learning mobility is increasingly being employed as an educational tool both in formal and non-formal contexts, so issues of quality have become a more pressing concern than before. For a good reason: good quality in learning mobility will ensure that outcomes are optimised and that processes of recognition are facilitated. The European Platform for Learning Mobility can point the way forward.