Youth Mobility in Europe: EU Project MOVE Releases Animated Clip

Just in time for their Final Conference in March 2018, the research project MOVE has released a short animated clip illustrating the project’s goals and results in an entertaining and understandable format. As dissemination partner in MOVE, Eurice accompanied the complete production process of the film.

The Horizon 2020 project MOVE was launched in 2015 with the aim to better understand the motivation and obstacles of youth mobility in Europe and to identify ways of good practice strengthening sustainable development and well-being of young Europeans. MOVE goes beyond the results of the current state of research and asks how the mobility of young people can contribute to both the socio-economic development and the individual growth of young people.

The clip is available on the MOVE website and on YouTube.

On March 7-9, the nine project partners from six different countries will meet in Luxembourg for the MOVE Final Conference and Pre-Conference. Featuring well-known keynote speakers, workshops and panel discussions, the three-day programme will include a presentation of MOVE project results while serving as a platform for exchange and dialogue on youth mobility in Europe from different perspectives. More details on the conference programme and registration can be found online.