The Commission launched the public consultation on the future of learning mobility in view of its policy proposal to update the current EU learning mobility framework, which will take place later this year. The consultation aims to inform citizens, and all interested parties about the upcoming proposal and to gather evidence and their views. The EU and its Member States are committed to promoting cross-border learning mobility in the European Education Area for all learners, educators and staff. Cross-border learning mobility has proven to be a highly valuable experience for people in gaining knowledge, skills and competences needed for personal, educational, and professional development, as well as civic engagement and social inclusion. However, still only 15% of young people have undertaken studies, training or apprenticeships in another EU country. Therefore, as announced in its 2023 Work programme, the European Commission has decided to put forward a proposal to update the current EU learning mobility framework, to enable students to move more easily between education systems and promote learning mobility as an opportunity for everyone. The call for evidence and public consultation questionnaire, available in all EU languages, is open for 12 weeks from 8 February to 3 May 2023. They can be accessed on the Have your say portal.