Projects

Projects

OBESSU runs projects on topics and issues which are considered relevant for school students around Europe. The focus of the projects are decided and shaped by the Member Organisations during consultations and Statuatory Meetings, and stated in the OBESSU Workplan.

Stronger School Student Unions
Stronger School Student Unions
The “Stronger School Student Unions” programme is a tailored-maid programme to foster the capacity of OBESSU’s Member Organisations in different fields. With this programme we want to strengthen our member organisations and help them in their development by providing them with the tailor-made support they need. We also want to create the grounds for a better cooperation, mutual support, peer learning and knowledge management in school student organisations.
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Seeds for Integration
Seeds for Integration
"Seeds for Integration" was launched in July 2016 with a very simple idea that is to provide funding to secondary school students active on local, regional or national level so that they first identify the issues their migrant and refugee peers might face within the school environment or the education system, and after that come up with a durable solution to solve it. Seeds for Integration is empowering students to design and implement initiatives enhancing the educational inclusion of refugee youth or those with migration background.
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Coloured Glasses
Coloured Glasses
In partnership with EEE-YFU (European Educational Exchanges - Youth for Understanding) and 7 of its Member Organisations, OBESSU is taking part in a two-year-long project (2017 - 2018) called “Coloured Glasses: Expanding Intercultural Education”. The core idea is to organise workshops on intercultural learning for secondary school students using interactive non-formal education methods. Some of the main topics covered during the activities include: preventing violent radicalisation and promoting democratic values, fundamental rights, intercultural understanding and active citizenship.
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