In November 2019, the Plateforme mineurs en exil celebrated its 20th anniversary. The International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation is and has been contributing to the inclusion of vulnerable groups in society and represent and encourage the expression of all the cultures present in Europe. We therefore joined the Plateforme mineurs en exil for its anniversary and participated with their members and partner organisations to policy debates on the future opportunities and challenges for children in migration. Of course, an anniversary cannot be celebrated without music. We therefore involved in the event Hussein Rassim (musician of our project “Homelands, places of belonging”) and Juliette Lacroix for a musical journey from the East to the West.