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Seeds for Integration - New round of approved projects
Seeds for Integration - New round of approved projects
Seeds for integration is in the full speed and we continue supporting initiatives dealing with educational inclusion of school students with refugee and migrant background. In that sense it is time to announce the new round of approved projects.
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Don’t let young people pay for your crisis!  CoE proposal to cut Youth Sector entirely must be rejected
Don’t let young people pay for your crisis! CoE proposal to cut Youth Sector entirely must be rejected
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School Student’s Europe 2024 - The Campaign
School Student’s Europe 2024 - The Campaign
The next European Parliament Elections will take place in 2024. By then, we want the EU to be a school student’s EU that takes into consideration school student’s needs and aspirations. With this campaign, we would like to empower school students by helping them understand democratic and participatory processes and encourage them to take part by means that are accessible to them.
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YFJ COMEM 2019
YFJ COMEM 2019
From the 12th-13th of April, our Board members Sara & Giuseppe attended the European Youth Forum’s (YFJ) Council of Members (COMEM) in Brussels, Belgium.

This COMEM was filled with decision making, amendment debates and the elections of the 2020-2021 Advisory Council on Youth of the Council of Europe (AC).
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Towards Inclusive and Quality Sex Education
Towards Inclusive and Quality Sex Education
During the week between the 1st- 5th of April 2019, OBESSU held the Study Session ‘’SexEd IQ: Inclusive and quality sex education - What can school students do?’’ organised in cooperation with the Youth Department of the Council of Europe in the European Youth Centre in Budapest, Hungary.

This Study Session aimed to explore how school student and their unions can contribute to having inclusive and quality sex education in their schools, both as part of the curricula and as in non-formal and informal learning.
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