April 2014 in St James's Park London: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014 at the Eco-Lodge at Lodge Hill activity centre: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District

European Youth Forum welcome judgment of the European Court of Justice

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The European Youth Forum has welcomed the recent ruling from the European Court of Justice in the case of Mohamed Ali Ben Alaya v Germany.

The Forum said that the ruling means that Member States are prohibited from introducing conditions, beyond those in European law, forthe admission of non-EU nationals to stay for more than three months to study.

The forum sees this as a step towards greater mobility for young people and calls for this freedom of movement be extended to those that want to travel to volunteer.

The full press release can be accessed below.