Post-Brexit Europe: what’s next for youth mobility?
Negotiations on the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union end in less than a year. There is still no agreement on the future access of UK civil society organisations and volunteers to youth mobility programmes such as Erasmus+ and other EU mobility initiatives. How will this affect young people? What will be the impact for people with fewer opportunities? Are we making sure that the voices of young people are heard in the negotiations? What measures should be implemented to maintain access to opportunities on both sides?
These are some of the questions that will be discussed at the event “Post-Brexit Europe: what’s next for youth mobility?” organised by Volonteurope and Volunteering Matters.
The event will bring together policy makers, campaigners, politicians as well as young people who have experienced cross-border mobility through European Voluntary Service and other EU mobility programmes. There will be opportunities to discuss the future of UK youth mobility and build alliances to campaign to ensure that the UK will continue to have access to EU cross-border mobility after the Brexit deal is finalised.
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