Center for Ungdomsforskning, Aalborg Universitet - campus København er udpeget af undervisningsministeriet til at sidde i EU-ekspertgruppe der skal arbejde med:"the specific contribution of youth work and nonformal and informal learning to address the challenges young people are facing, in particular the transition from education to employment".
In its Resolution of 20 May 2014 on an EU Work Plan for Youth (2014-2015) the Council invited the Member States and the Commission to establish an expert group to define "the specific contribution of youth work and nonformal and informal learning to address the challenges young people are facing, in particular the transition from education to employment"
The expert groups will concentrate on delivering a small number of concrete and useable results on the subject requested. The Council and the Representatives of the Governments of the Member States, meeting within the Council, will decide whether it is appropriate to propose new actions for the expert group. Expert group will meet in Brussels as a main rule, but can organize meetings outside Brussels when invited by a Member State. The expert group will meet as a main rule twice a year, but can adopt a different timetable if needed.
Assistant Professor, Arnt Vestergaard Louw, the Centre for Youth Research, Aalborg University - campus Copenhagen represents Denmark in the expert group.