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UEM has taken steps towards further promoting inclusion in the organisation!
UEM has taken steps towards further promoting inclusion in the organisation!
On the 28th of October, UEM held a follow up activity after the Summer School "Open doors to Inclusion", aiming at raising awareness on social inclusion.
This activity was organised with the support of the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe, in the framework of our Work Plan on inclusive school student organisations running this year.
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How to evaluate: The School Student's perspective
How to evaluate: The School Student's perspective
From the 3rd to the 4th of November, our Board member, Sara Þöll attended a Seminar organised by the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium.
The Seminar was organised to support the work of the Education and Training 2020 Working Group on Schools.
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OBESSU Reaction in Solidarity with French School Students
OBESSU Reaction in Solidarity with French School Students
OBESSU condemns the actions of local authorities in Mantes-la-Jolien in France. A video recording of the incident has spread across the internet showing school student being detained by police in riot gear, with comments from the individual shooting the video mocking the students.
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Call for Selection Committee Members 2019
Call for Selection Committee Members 2019
The call for selection committee members is now open!
To ensure that we select objectively high quality projects, we are looking for 4 enthusiastic young people to evaluate the incoming applications.
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Reaction to the Global Education Monitoring Report 2019 by UNESCO
Reaction to the Global Education Monitoring Report 2019 by UNESCO
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has recently published its 2019 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report which focuses on Migration, displacement and education.
OBESSU welcomes the analysis on how education can build bridges and not walls, as well as the call of the report for more international solidarity. We regret to see almost no space for the learners’ perspective.
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