Günter J.Friesenhahn, Hanjo Schild, Hans-Georg Wicke, Judit Balogh
No. of pages : 209
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Mobility is considered to be important for the personal development and employability of young people, as well as for intercultural dialogue, participation and active citizenship. Learning mobility in the youth field focuses on non-formal learning as a relevant part of youth work, with links to informal learning as well as to formal education. Different stakeholders at European level, particularly the Council of Europe and the European Commission, but also individual member states, foster programmes and strategies to enhance the mobility of young people, and particularly the learning dimension in mobility schemes.
This book on learning mobility is a joint Council of Europe and European Commission publication, and provides texts of an academic, scientific, political and practical nature for all stakeholders in the youth field – youth leaders and youth workers, policy makers, researchers and so on. It should contribute to dialogue and co-operation between relevant players and to discussion on the further development and purpose of youth mobility schemes and their outcomes for young people.
1 Introduction: learning mobility and non-formal learning
I Developments and political framework 2 Learning mobility in the youth field: starting to set a framework 3 European Union support to learning mobility: rationale of a success 4 Advocating for youth: the European Youth Forum helping to increase recognition of mobility and non-formal learning 5 Youth mobilities, step by step 6 Cross-border youth mobility, meeting the neighbours, learning from each other: international exchanges of young Poles and their peers from abroad 7 Learning mobility in the youth field: the Estonian experience with a European imprint 8 What are the effects of international youth mobility projects? Research-based analysis of Youth in Action
II Concepts and approaches concerning mobility and learning
9 International youth work in Germany 10 A comparative framework for youth mobility 11 Preconditions for movement in Portugal and Ireland: social inequality, mobility field and habitus 12 Mobility as a pedagogical tool for young people with fewer opportunities 13 Challenges for recognition of non-formal learning and learning mobility in Ukraine: education, labour market and society 14 Youth mobility: towards more self-directed and holistic learning 15 What do we know? A systematic literature review on youth learning mobility in European contexts
III Good practice and project reports
16 European youth mobility and inclusion among those with fewer opportunities through three mechanisms 17 Sharing the mobility experience: creating more effect. Comparison of the effects on young people of two Dutch learning mobility programmes 18 Opening talent in young people: the role of non-formal learning in the UK Foyer Network 19 Facilitating learning mobility for all: the JiVE experience 20 EFIL’s European Citizenship Trimester Programme: from global to European Active Citizenship 21 Youthpass the educational practice and evaluate 22 Experiential learning in youth mobility programmes: a tool to plan, monitor and evaluate 23 Evaluation of international youth exchanges