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The RAY Triangular Summit ‘International youth work and mobility: Research evidence for policy and practice’ took place in Vienna, Austria on May 11-13, 2015.

The Purpose

The conference presented the research findings of the network as a starting point for an informed discourse on how these findings can contribute to youth work practice and youth policy development. The conference furthermore explored current research projects in the field of learning mobility and international youth work.

The Participants

The conference brought together over 80 researchers, practitioners and policymakers in the field of international education and learning mobility from all over Europe with a non-exclusive focus on youth work and youth policy. Invited were, in particular, researchers with an interest in a related theme including learning mobility, youth sociology and/or intergenerational studies, practitioners in the field of international youth work and mobility, representatives of European youth organizations, national agencies of the Youth in Action Programme, national agencies of the Lifelong Learning Programme, representatives of the National Youth Authorities, members of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme Committee and the EU Youth Working Party, and representatives of the European Union, the Council of Europe and the Youth Partnership.

Download our conference report: Report_RAY_Triangular Summit

Link to full video recording of the conference

 


 

Our Conference (International youth work and mobility as learning contexts: Research evidence for policy and practice) took place in Vienna, Austria on September 18 and 19, 2013. The conference presented the research findings of the network and explored research strategies in the field of learning mobility and international youth work. The conference brought over 70 Researchers in the field of learning mobility, youth sociology, and intergenerational studies, practitioners in the field of the international youth work, policymakers from national and European Youth Authorities, as well as representatives of the European Union and the Council of Europe.