Last month, the event entitled Post-Brexit Europe: What’s Next for Youth Mobility? hosted by Volonteurope and Volunteering Matters gathered experts, campaigners and volunteers actively working to ensure that the rights of young people are protected after Brexit negotiations.
As a speaker on the panel entitled “Campaigns information and advocacy for the future of mobility“, our Director Assya Kavrakova presented the activities of the Citizens’ Brexit Observatory (CBO), more specifically the 5 Takeaways on Brexit study which outlines possible deals on a UK-EU relationship, as well as the different EU funding opportunities for UK-based entities in each scenario.
Ms. Kavrakova underlined that possibilities for young people to access European mobility programmes will largely depend on the outcome of the negotiations: “Overall, anything is possible. It just depends on the political will”.
For more information about the rest of the event view full report here and ECAS’ presentation here.
Access our 5 Takeaways on Brexit Study here.