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22 November 2019

Activity Details (ID# 43118)  

 
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Title Steering group meeting of the European platform on learning mobility in the youth field (EPLM)  
Description The EPLM focuses on - the learning mobility of young people and of practitioners in the youth field, and particularly in various forms of youth work, which, in the view of the EPLM, should be supported by European youth policy; - on non-formal learning with links to informal learning as well as to formal education. Learning mobility in this framework aims to increase participation, active citizenship, intercultural learning and dialogue, individual competency development and employability of young people, etc.
The EPLM is an open network, conducted in a participatory way. Thematic working groups may be formed and supported with means available and depending on the needs and developments related to learning mobility in the youth field.

A Steering Group guides the EPLM for a certain period of time. The members of the Steering Group represent a wide variety of stakeholders, programmes and formats in the field of learning mobility, a balanced mixture of the respective fields of work and a regional diversity within Europe. The Steering Group consists of researchers, policy makers and practitioners. 
Status Planned 
Date 17/05/2017 - 18/05/2017 
Location Bordeaux, France
Countries Organisations: Council of Europe / European Commission
Groups: All Council of Europe member states
  Multilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - Youth 2017
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP Youth 2017 - Youth Partnership Framework Programme 2017    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2017/DG II/JP/3761   Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth
Expected Result 1.2 - Promotion of Youth Work - advocacy regarding the contribution of youth work to youth participation and social inclusion, including innovative youth work, partnerships, outreach, learning mobility and recognition of youth work. Expected results: Advocacy inside the youth sector, furthering quality: - Sharing good practice and building expertise involving researchers, practitioners and policy-makers - Reach out to, involve and empower vulnerable groups - Support work on youth work from both institutions with guidance for the youth field Advocacy outside the youth sector promoting the value of youth work for participation, employment of young people and learning mobility.
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Democracy
Line of Action ⇒ III.2 – Promoting Participation & Diversity
Programme ☆ III.2.2  Youth for Democracy - European Youth Foundation - Youth Mobility through the Youth Card

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Small scale meeting 
Directorate Directorate General of Democracy 
CoE Contact ,   email
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1 http://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/european-platform-on-learning-mobility  
Last Modified 16/05/2017 


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Objective(s) - To exchange updates on partners’ activities on learning mobility in the youth field
- to reflect on the strategic relevance of learning mobility in Europe in the forthcoming period
- to provide an update from the EU-CoE youth partnership on recent developments
- with regard to the 2017 Biennial conference “From good to better: Enhancing quality in learning mobility in the youth field from cross-sectoral perspective”, to agree on
- Keynote speakers;
- Schedule and call for participants;
- Finalisation of conference theme and content;

- With regard to the quality Framework on Learning Mobility in the Youth Field
- to review of schedule for the final product;
- to discuss on the experts’ meeting, Budapest 6-7 July;
- to seek synergy with the biennial conference.

- to plan on the next steps of EPLM, in short and mid term
 
Output/Results - A detailed programme of the next biennial conference and the schedule to advance towards it;
- A division of tasks in preparation to the work for the indicators on quality in learning mobility;
- Summer 2017 edition of the EPLM Newsletter 
Conclusions/Follow Up A report of the meeting was circulated;
A further Steering Group meeting will take place in Brussels on 28-29 September. 
Participants 17 experts, researchers, practitioners, policy makers and representatives of National Agencies. 
Consultants/Experts - Susannah Nicodemi, appointed as rapporteur, ex-officer of the National Agency of the UK, expert in mobility and social inclusion;
- Ozgehan Senuya, researcher and facilitator in nonformal education, facilitator of the event;
- Giselle Evrard, facilitator and trainer
 
CoE Secretariat Davide Capecchi, responsible for the EU-CoE youth partnership for the European Platform on Learning Mobility 
Total No. Participants 17 
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05/07/2017 




 
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