AER has been at the forefront of Education, Training and Youth policies. Its founding President, Edgar Faure, inscribed youth issues in the DNA of our Assembly by establishing, in 1985, the Eurodyssey programme. This programme has given until today the opportunity to thousands of Europeans to get a first professional experience abroad, while discovering a new culture and learning a new language. AER is proud to have been managing the oldest European professional mobility programme for all these years.
AER has also set up a Youth Regional Network, a platform of regional-level youth organisations, councils and parliaments from across wider Europe. The Youth Regional Network works as a forum where young people can influence regional and European policy while exchanging experiences and good practices.
For all these reasons we are glad to make our voice heard on this crucial new programme, Erasmus for All.
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