The political framework in MFR

The commitment of the MFRs for the Europe of tomorrow

To make their projects a reality for young people and regions, the MFRs commit to:

Actively contribute to the development of European citizenship

  • To campaign to widen the horizon of the generations in formation, starting from a Europe space of life, knowledge, work and exchanges;
  • Raise awareness among young people, adults, families and professionals associated with the challenges of Europe, by developing a European culture;
  • Act so that young people can now be actors in their territory, open to Europe

Contribute to the recognition of MFRs as actors of civil society in the fields of education and vocational training

  • Advocate to facilitate opportunities for training, knowledge sharing and capitalization of European experiences in the service of territorial dynamics;
  • Be a stakeholder in the governance of national and European training courses and be a contributor to an innovative transnational and territorialized offer;
  • Promote a renewed conception of education and a pedagogy of integrative work-study training on a European scale

Contribute to the development of societal initiatives in the territories

  • Advocate for a balanced development of territories and strengthen their capacity to express their potential in terms of economic activities and jobs, in the face of metropolitanization;
  • To be recognized as a contributor to the attractiveness of territories, by training young people and adults, by supporting women and men who initiate projects and by leading collective dynamics;
  • To join in the reflections and the European dynamics which work both for the development of the economic and social activities and the socio-professional integration in attractive territories

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