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It's time to start prepping the Symposium!
It's time to start prepping the Symposium!
Fast forward to 2019 - On the 26th-27th of February, the EU-CoE Youth Partnership held their 1st preparatory meeting for the upcoming Symposium on young people’s political participation at the European Youth Centre in Strasbourg, France.
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School Student's Europe 2024
School Student's Europe 2024
OBESSU will soon launch its campaign for the European Parliament Elections "School Student's Europe 2024". 
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Relaunching the Alumni network!
Relaunching the Alumni network!
Were you there when OBESSU was established in 1975? Were you a board member in the 90's? Do you remember what school students of Europe wanted in 2005? Did you work in the office at Flagey that nobody remembers anymore? Or were you in any of the working groups, monitoring committee or did you represent your national organisation in OBESSU? Are you still interested in School Student Movement and do you want to contribute somehow? Great!  Then make sure you register as an OBESSU alumna/us!  
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Call for members of the working group on Quality of Teaching - deadline extended!
Call for members of the working group on Quality of Teaching - deadline extended!
OBESSU has opened the call for members of the Working Group on Quality of Teaching. The Working Group will work alongside the OBESSU Board to explore the focus topic of “Quality of Teachers” for 2019. The Working Group will also consist of members from the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) and the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE).
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What do young people think of the EU?
What do young people think of the EU?
What do young people think of the EU? How much do they know about its structure and potential? What is their vision of Europe in the future? These are some of the questions at the basis of the Study “Prejudices in schools. Youngsters and the EU: perceptions, knowledge and expectation”  implemented by three partner organisations: the Lifelong Learning Platform, OBESSU and JEF Europe on behalf of the European Economic and Social Committee.
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