The Centre for International Learning and Leadership (CILL) is an association of professionals from many different backgrounds and with complementary knowledge and expertise, who share a belief that “internationality” is the key to success in the modern world – whether for individuals, organisations or whole communities.
Since the UK left the European Union, there have been many changes in the way UK and European youngsters can benefit from the EU Programmes. The UK has indeed left the Erasmus+ Programme, and as a consequence, the European Solidarity Corps too. The CILL is running a series of events on the future of international projects and youth mobility, following the UK’s withdrawal from the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes, consequence of Brexit.
It is the third event taking place on March 4th. And the main topics will be:
- Youth and youth worker mobility
- Vocational projects
The webinar sees four different working groups discussing separately on the topic of their choice. Each group will have a full hour for discussion, with an appointed facilitator and rapporteur.
International Projects and Youth Mobility after BREXIT are being dramatically impacted. The objective will be to agree a list of ideas and action points in relation to each theme: what practical action can we variously take, what function and structure should our network have, and how can we attract more support?
How To Register
To register it is necessary to select previously the topic of your interest, as you will then join into the related working group. You can choose only one topic from the four ones above.
This is an online event, then to register go to the website.
The webinar will take place on Thursday, March 4th 2021 at 5pm (CET). The schedule will be as follow:
- 4pm Welcome and opening remarks
- 4.10pm Working (breakout) groups
- 5.10pm Report back from groups
- 5.20pm Open discussion and comments from CILL team
- 5.40pm Conclusions, next steps and short survey
- 5.45pm End