The Young-Adulllt project contributes to the existent evidence and studies in the field by addressing Lifelong Learning Policies for Young Adults in different Regional and Local contexts. In particular the project focuses on Young Adults not in education, employment or training (NEETs) or in other situations of near social exclusion. Lifelong Learning Policies are usually designed at the national level targeting adults. However, these policies are embedded and implemented in the Regional and Local economy, labour market, education and training system which might differently affect individuals’ life projects. Therefore, Lifelong Learning Policies are likely to have different implications for Young Adults across Regional and Local Landscapes.