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The European Commission has launched a consultation about the Youth on the Move Card!
We are young, we are mobile and on the move and our Card is mentioned in the European Survey (Erasmus Student Card)!
The deadline is the 4th June 2011. The results of the consultation will be important for you and ESN as well!
The questionnaire is now closed. Thanks to all the participants!
It will be YOUR card! It will be a tool that aims at increasing the mobility and participation of young people in Europe. Are you an exchange student? Were you in exchange? Who better than you can understand the importance of a European card with the focus on mobility!
Internet and modern technology allow Institutions to ask directly to you what you think about a certain topic. Citizen participation in policy development through these tools is important: share your opinion and have you voice heard!
The European Commission would like to hear your opinion on youth cards in light of preparations for one of the top 10 targeted actions of the Youth on the Move flagship initiative: the Youth on the Move card.
The European Commission has launched a consultation about a new European and mobility-oriented Card: the Youth on the Move Card!
The European Commission is the executive body of the European Union. The body is responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the Union's treaties and the general day-to-day running of the Union.
The Commission operates as a cabinet government, with 27 Commissioners. There is one Commissioner per member state, though Commissioners are bound to represent the interests of the EU as a whole rather than their home state.
Youth on the Move is a flagship initiative of the European Union focused on young people. Young people have been hit particularly hard by the recent social and economic crisis. Youth on the Move aims at increasing their chances of finding a job by enhancing student and trainee mobility and improving the quality and attractiveness of education and training in Europe.
Youth on the Move is part of Europe 2020, the EU's plan for how Europe will emerge from the social and economic crisis.
Youth and Education are the fields of interest of ESN. On the 15th of September 2010 the YoM initiative was launched and ESN contributed with an Opinion Paper.