The project focused on multiple different levels of analysis of the data collected: analysis at the level of individual experiences; analysis of specific cross cutting impediments; comparative analysis.
The project has moreover produced evidence-based recommendations for national and European authorities; a best practice manual for local, regional and national authorities; a manual addressing the ‘myths’ and stereotypes that prove to be most common among young people who wish to move across Europe.
All results and lessons learned are be accessible below:
Report on individual experiences of young people on the move
Views of authorities and stakeholders in sending and receiving countries on free movement
Drivers and barriers to free movement in sending countries
Drivers and barriers to free movement in receiving countries
A closer look to overcoming barriers
Best practices manual for authorities
Manual for young people on the move (ENG)
Manual for young people on the move (PRT)
Comparative Report and Recommendations
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