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VIEWS International respects your privacy and handles your personal data with care. It is responsible for the use of the personal information that is collected by way of this website and takes all measures necessary to ensure the safety of that use of the personal data. The personal data are processed in accordance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the General Data Protection Regulation.

What will change in the Youth work 2019

According to the European Youth Union, young people have always been essential to maintain the European Union as we know it. Therefore In 2003 they established a number of projects which should encourage young people to travel through Europe or to get engaged in national youth committees to support the youth work all over the Union. Since these projects are now expiring or being replaced through new ones, the European Youth Union has held a conference on the 24th of May 2018 to outline their program till 2021.

European Mobility for all - A step by step guide on accessibility in EU exchange programs

The French Erasmus+ National Agency and the Erasmus+ National Agency for the Belgian French-speaking community have produced a guide titled "Beyond disabilities - European mobility for all!".

This guide should act as a practical resource for organisations interested in European mobility activities involving young people with disabilities.

You can read the guide at the following link.

A milestone in the accessibility history: the European Accessibility Act

On the 2nd of December 2015 the European Commission published a proposal for a European Accessibility Act. Once this proposal is adopted, it should lead to common accessibility standards covering products and services across the EU. Currently, there is no specific EU legislation on accessibility for persons with disabilities and the proposed Accessibility Act has therefore great importance and potential.

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