Digital and smart youth work in general have been widely debated and conceptualised over the last years, long before COVID-19 catapulted the topic into the spotlight. This online event focusses specifically on international youth mobility which, so far, has not been at the centre of the debates. From keynote speech to Online BarCamp and from webinars to live Q&A, MOVE IT – Youth mobility in the digital era (online event) is designed to inspire participants, update them on the latest trends and give them a platform for exchange of ideas. It also wants to shape the future of digital youth mobility! How are digital tools used to support international youth mobility? Do digital and technological solutions hold the potential to further develop youth mobility, inclusion and participation? How do shakers and makers deal with “digital“ and where do they see hindrances and opportunities?
Please send an email to Ms Katharina Erbes (JUGEND für Europa) at firstname.lastname@example.org if you still wish to join the community and participate in the private sessions (in between the public opening and closing livestreams). The original deadline was 17 May 2020 (registration via SALTO YOUTH European Training Calendar).
- 03.06: Digital Youth Mobility Lab: Trends and Inspiration. Virtual exchanges and blended mobility in European youth mobility (Talk and Q&A)
- 05.06: Digital Youth Mobility Lab: Trends and Inspiration. Virtual reality in European youth mobility (Talk and Q&A)
- 09.06: Digital Youth Mobility Lab: Trends and Inspiration. Social inclusion and digitalisation – Possibilities and challenges in the frame of the European mobility programmes and European youth work (Talk and Q&A)
- 15.06: Digital Youth Mobility Lab: Trends and Inspiration. EU youth programmes and mobility in a digital era – Status quo and what could be developed further? (Discussion and Q&A)
- 17.06: How to further develop youth mobility in the digital era? Open discussion feat. breakout room exchanges: Predicting the future of digital youth mobility and youth work in 2030? Has the outlook changed due the current situation? Closing remarks and conclusions.