Read about recent OBESSU events, activities, conferences, advocacy work, workshops, political representations, seminars...
OECD Policy Reform Dialogues 2019
On 16th of September, the Swedish capital Stockholm gathered delegations from all over the world. Among presentations and workshops, there were a few panel discussions, where OECD members listened to perspectives of different stakeholders in education. Together they discussed their potential strength of cooperation and their role in making policy reforms more efficient. The European school student perspective was delivered by Edvardas Vabuolas, Board member of OBESSU.
20th edition of the UYD
OBESSU attended the 20th edition of the University on Youth and Development (UYD), in Mollina, Spain, between the 15th and 22nd of September 2019. This year’s focus was on youth and justice, within the frame of the Evaluation Seminar ‘Spreading Seeds’, part of the Seeds for Integration Project.
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OBESSU at the European Campaign Lab
The Dandelion Group organised its first European Campaign Lab in Brussels and OBESSU was there! During three days, we got insights from 6 different professionals, working for organisations like WWF or Crisis Action, on different aspects that are needed to craft a successful campaign.
Collaborating with the Child Up project!
From the 9th to the 12th of September, our Board member, Adrian Barbaroș, participated in the first International Stakeholders’ Committee of the Child-Up project. Taking place in Northampton, the United Kingdom, the event reunited NGOs representatives, along with professionals from University of Liege, Malmoe University, University of Modena, Reggio Emilia and many more.