Learning mobility, social inclusion and non-formal education – access, process and outcomes
April 19, 2018

Learning mobility, social inclusion and non-formal education – access, process and outcomes


A new publication of the ‘Youth Knowledge’ series of the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.

The publication addresses the answers to these questions:

  • How can learning mobility be used as a tool for inclusion – providing disadvantaged and excluded people with opportunities and assets?”
  • How focusing on inclusion can become a more intrinsic part of learning mobility projects and initiatives?

​The book addresses these two interrelated questions and it presents the state of the art of learning mobility in the very complex and heterogeneous European youth field.

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