• Youth mobility: Maximising opportunities for individuals, labour markets and regions in Europe
  • YMOBILITY involves 9 European countries: Romania, Slovakia, Latvia, UK, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Ireland and Spain
  • surveys with 30.000 participants and 800 in depth interviews to youths involved in migration

Latest from the Blog

Articles in daily newspapers

Baláž (IFSAS) – “Imigranti prídu, aby nám pomohli” (Immigrants come to help us). In SME Daily, 23 May 2015, Vol. 23, no 117, p. 11. ISSN 1335-440X Baláž (IFSAS) – “Migranti nie sú... READ MORE

Conferences participation

A brief list of the conferences and congresses paricipations by the YMOBILITY team members.   1)     The UCC team presented a paper entitled “Researching youth migration and labor market mobility in Europe” to the... READ MORE

YMOBILITY videos

A series of 15 YMOBILITY movies (in collaboration with Termini TV) were realized: Goodbye London, I go back to Rome From Spain to Rome Returning to live in Rome is hard too I... READ MORE

TV and radio

Here you can find a brief list of the YMOBILITY dissemination activities outputs that were broadcasted on TV and radio. Interview with R. King (SUSSEX), New York Times on European youth mobilities and... READ MORE

Collaboration with other projects

Following the Policy kick off meeting organized by the European Commission/Research Executive Agency in Brussels on 10-11 June 2015, contacts have been established with 7 projects; among those projects: YMOBILITY consolidated a more... READ MORE

Meetings with secondary schools and students

Another mean of communication was the interaction with secondary schools and university students. McGarry (UCC) delivered a presentation entitled “Moving here and there: using research to understand migration in Europe” to secondary school... READ MORE

Collaboration with stakeholders

UNIBI participated in an exchange of knowledge with national and international research projects on youth mobility (including the MOVE project) in November 2016. This activity was coordinated by the German association “transfer e.V.”,... READ MORE