Young European Expats
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9/10-Save the date for “Brain drain: a one way ticket?” workshop!
The Harghita county Council of Romania, at the occasion of the European Week of Regions and Cities (EWRC) of the European Committee of the Regions, will organise a workshop on the workforce migration of youth and the brain drain phenomenon. Dr. Raymond C. Xerri will participate in the debate toRead More
Networks of dedicated schools or education services abroad
ETTW works with the European Institutions to better understand the educational systems set up by the Member States of the European Union, for the children of their expatriate citizens. Here is a first result that follows the conference on the subject organised in March 2018 with the European Committee ofRead More
ETTW Conference-Providing education for European diasporas-Conclusions
The purpose of the conference, organised by ETTW (Europeans Throughout The World) and hosted by the European Committee of the Regions with the support of M. Borboly, rapporteur for ‘Modernising school and higher education’ as well as the ‘Youth Strategy’, was: raising the awareness in European Institutions of the importanceRead More
ETTW Educational Conference, hosted by the Committee of the Regions – Brussels March 7 th, 2018, 2-6 p.m.
Providing education for European diasporas – a joint challenge for EU and its Member States. How to preserve one’s roots, recognise learning outcomes, support mobility of students without losing talents? What is the role of regions, cities, networks of schools abroad? ETTW (Europeans Throughout The World, https://euromonde.eu) invites you to debateRead More
Education and European Expats
With more and more citizens mobile (there are about 80 millions of Europeans expatriates in the world, including 14 millions in Europe), one of the challenges facing European expatriates is how to change from one school system to another. This does not mean that we should have a single EuropeanRead More
European Young Expats – Discussion Points
ETTW Young European expats Discussion points EU Citizenship for young people abroad – what does it mean? Voting rights – young voters initiatives Job search (EURES, etc.) Job security Mutual recognition of diplomas (also in non-academic fields) Easier and cheaper transport Civic activities acrossRead More
ACTION FOR YOUNG EUROPEAN EXPATS
YOUNG EUROPEAN EXPATS Many of the 80 mio. European expats are young people. And they will be more and more. They more around more than the rest ofg us. And they have in many ways their own problems. ETTW wants to find out what European Citizenship means to them. AndRead More