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Decolonising School Curricula 101: a guide to oppression-free societies
In May of 2022, the Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions, together with the Global Student Forum, organised a week-long Study Session at the European Youth Centre in Strasbourg with the support of the Council of Europe. Around 30 participants, student representatives, and activists from all across the world took part in discussions on decolonising school curricula as a way to build more inclusive, less oppressive societies.
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Advocacy Toolkit - Working group on Education Funding and Reforms
A Toolkit developed by the Working Group on education Funding and Reforms to support OBESSU MOs in their advocacy efforts.
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ENABLE: Guide to inclusive youth activities
One of the most significant challenges of today’s society is fostering inclusive and quality education for all. This challenge has become more and more prominent in the last decades with cuttings in education funding and significant social issues that have arisen. For the Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions - OBESSU, inclusive education sits at our organisation’s heart. We try to envisage a society and an education where one’s rights are respected equally through our efforts.
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Annual Report 2021
Check out OBESSU's 2021 accomplishments
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Europe@Home Digital Education Tools: Opportunities vs Practice
In the scope of the project ​"Europe@Home: European Civic Education through the Mobile", the current document presents the results of an extensive reflection about digital learning, with a particular focus on youth organisations, inevitably impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The reflection developed in the Output 1 is based on state-of-the-art research, which provided a theoretical framework, plus findings collected from 33 youth organisations in over 10 different countries in Europe. Output 1 will take the reader through a journey that aims to elucidate the critical points in the design, implementation and evaluation of digital learning activities or more sophisticated protocols, with a particular focus on how digital methodologies, approaches to learning and tools can be applied in the area of European Civic Education.
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Europe@Home European Civic Education through the mobile - Resource Manual
The COVID-19 pandemic has moved many professional and civic activities into the online sphere, highlighting the importance of online education. It has also shown numerous technical and competence gaps even though the new technologies have been available in the educational sector for many years. This change has demonstrated that the implementation of online activities, through competence development and online adaptation of educational tools, can be done in a professional way and provides a chance to complement face-to-face activities.
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Assembly Toolkit English - Generation D-liberation
This is a toolkit to help you discuss your ideas for the future of Europe. It can be used by classes, in large groups of up to 40 people, or just by a few students who want to discuss together. We’ve tried to make it as flexible and adaptable as possible.
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THROUGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ EYES Impact and Challenges of COVID-19 on Education Systems in Europe
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic represented, for many EU countries, the biggest disruption to educational continuity since the Second World War. School closures impacted over 17 million students. National governments set their priorities: reducing the number of deaths, managing borders, alleviating the pressure on strained public healthcare systems, protecting the economy. Yet a consensus is building that this crisis is and will disproportionately affect young people, if only for the sole fact that they are going to live the longest through its consequences. This report seeks to amplify school students’ voices bridging the last two academic years disrupted by the pandemic. It focuses on the instruction they received, its contents and modalities, students’ overall well-being, and their views on the actions to take in order to “build back better”.
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#Ecofighters A Guide For School Students Into Environmental Activism
This publication was produced by the Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU) with the support of the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe. It does not necessarily reflect the official position of the Council of Europe.
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Toolkit on Online Participation
The short version of the Toolkit on Online Participation: with tips and tricks for an easier digital transition!
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Annual Report 2020
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International Officer Welcome Guide
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All Included: Toolkit for Migrant Student Empowerment
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European School Student Cooperation
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The Manual for School Students
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Assembly Toolkit ( French version) - Generation D-liberation
Ceci est un guide pour vous aider à discuter de vos idées pour l’avenir de l’Europe. Il peut être utilisé dans les classes, par des groupes de quelques personnes ou de grands groupes allant jusqu’à 40 personnes. Nous avons fait de notre mieux pour le rendre le plus flexible et adaptable possible.
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Assembly Toolkit (Italian version) - Generation D-liberation
This is a toolkit to help you discuss your ideas for the future of Europe. It can be used by classes, in large groups of up to 40 people, or just by a few students who want to discuss together. We’ve tried to make it as flexible and adaptable as possible.
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