Mobility between European regions has intensified in the last years. Migration from peripheries such as Eastern Europe to prosperous economic regions in the European core can especially be observed. Intra-EU mobility presents a major opportunity for young Europeans, but also bears a challenge to many European regions, representing a threat to social, economic, and political cohesion within the EU. The following chapter introduces a project that took mobile young people in the Danube Region and the arising implications for sending and receiving locations as a starting point. In the INTERREG-Transnational project “YOUMIG”, the goal was to gain a better understanding of the phenomena of youth mobility and to find strategies in order to better deal with the challenges arising from it and with discontent around intra-EU mobility.
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