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Meet Eleonora, the first ESC volunteer at OBESSU
Meet Eleonora, the first ESC volunteer at OBESSU
It is a pleasure to introduce myself as the first volunteer at OBESSU under the Erasmus+ project of European Solidarity Corps (ESC).

I am Eleonora, I have officially and happily joined the team of OBESSU Secretariat on the 22nd of June and I will be focusing on Communication and Advocacy topics, while being open to learn more and get involved in all the different projects of the organisation.
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Equal in Education - UNSS' campaign for World Refugee Day
Equal in Education - UNSS' campaign for World Refugee Day
The Union of Secondary School Students of Serbia (UNSS) is lunching the campaign “Equal in Education” organised in the framework of  #Seeds4Integration programme.
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European School Students Demand Constructive Measures to Counterbalance Violence in Hungarian Schools
European School Students Demand Constructive Measures to Counterbalance Violence in Hungarian Schools
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Well being and inequalities: the results of high school students' lockdown
Well being and inequalities: the results of high school students' lockdown
UNL launched a survey among its constituency in order to understand the different situations experienced by school students in confinement.
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45 years fighting for students' rights: a journey through OBESSU history
45 years fighting for students' rights: a journey through OBESSU history
Giuseppe Beccia, former OBESSU Secretary General and author of the thesis "European Student Organisations and Movements after 1968", takes us to a journey through the history of OBESSU. From its engagement in the fight against apartheid by actively supporting the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) to its support to school student unions in the Balkans after the wars, OBESSU never stopped fighting for the protection of human rights, especially students' rights. "The best is yet to come and now you are the protagonists".
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