Join the conversation and contribute to the rapidly changing youth landscape! The institutional partnership between the European Union and the EU-COE Youth Partnership provides a perfect framework for these discussions 👇 In recent years, youth participation has witnessed a variety of forms of expression, ranging from active candidacy to elected positions to protests and the use of social media, in order to draw attention to different political themes, as young people have found new ways of interacting. The European Platform for Learning Mobility, an initiative of the European Union – Council of Europe Youth Partnership, aims to contribute to the improvement, awareness and recognition of learning mobility in the field of youth. The platform creates an open space for practitioners, researchers and policy makers to exchange ideas and best practices. With more than 25 years of partnership, the Council of Europe is our oldest and most unwavering partner, which strongly supports the development of the European Youth Card as an instrument of youth policy throughout Europe. Anyone under the age of 30 can become a youth card holder, a young person is not required to be a student or resident of a European country. The annual work program, which covers a wide range of activities ranging from summer seminars and universities to research and publications, is designed to generate and mobilize knowledge on all aspects of youth mobility, exchange best practices and contribute to better policy development. These activities are often followed by publications of good practice and recommendations on specific actions to eyCA Member States and national member organisations. The proposed seminar should enable policy makers, practitioners, researchers, youth NGOs and EYCA organisations to discuss the main challenges and opportunities in socio-educational animation, socio-educational animation and youth rights in the context of a public health crisis caused by covid-19. Guests will discuss policy development issues and exchange best practices while analysing the impact of the pandemic on the European youth sector. They will explore ways to use digital tools and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide young people with quality services and help safeguard their rights. The overall goal of the agreement is for member governments and EYCA member organisations to work together to create better mobility solutions for young people. This general objective includes two main objectives: to develop the European youth card system and/or the youth mobility policy #eywc2020 #europeanyouthworkagenda #youthworkineurope #EYCA To this end, a wide range of stakeholders is activated: governments, European institutions, companies, experts, scientists, youth NGOs, national youth card organisations and young card holders.