On November 6 and 7, 2023, the LICEAL project consortium was hosted by the Spanish partner Learning Designers in Almuñécar, Spain. The LInking Citizenship and Employability perspectives in Adult Learning strategies and practices project – funded by the Erasmus + programme – aims at highlighting the connection between better employability opportunities and Citizenship competences, as described in the Council of Europe’s Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture (RFCDC), among the NEETs of all ages. The project is coordinated by Association EDIAS (France) in partnership with the International Institute of Humanitarian Law (Italy), the Fondation des Régions Européennes pour la Recherche, l’Éducation, et la Formation (France), Comitato Promotore S-NODI Gabriele Nigro (Italy), Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe (Belgium), Learning Designers (Spain), Wiener Forum für Demokratie und Menschenrechte (Austria), Bogazici Universitesi (Turkey), Pôle emploi Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (France). The LICEAL partnership is currently working on three important products: an Analytical Review of best practices on linking Citizenship Education and employability, a Toolkit for adult learners who wish to find better employment opportunities through Citizenship competences, and a collection of Guidelines to support adult educators in integrating Citizenship Education in their training paths. The Transnational Project Meeting focused on a very important step in the creation of these outputs: their validation through stakeholders’ consultation. In Almuñécar, the partners had the chance to review internally the final draft of the Analytical Review and the structure and concept of the Toolkit and the Guidelines, while also planning the validation through the stakeholders, establishing their number and professional qualification together with the appropriate deadlines. In 2024 we will have the chance to present these important results.