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Towards more inclusive and democratic societies

lasse-article-2On the 8th and 9th of October, OBESSU attended the first edition of the European Civic Academy, in La Rochelle (France). Among others, the event was organised by the European Civic Forum, the Association Europeenne des Droits de l’Homme and Solidar, and it gathered more than 200 people from different European civil society organisations. The theme of this year was Democracy in Europe: missing links (disenchantment, expectation and practice). Read more »

Lifelong Learning Week 2016: all together to make a change!

programme_lllweek2016-2-234x300The Lifelong Learning Platform (LLL Platform) is an umbrella organisation gathering several European organisations and stakeholders active in the field of education, training and youth. Its aim? Bringing the voice of its members at European level when it comes to educational policy and hosting a platform for cooperation and discussion. As a member of this platform, OBESSU takes part in Working Groups and events to bring and share the school students’ perspective with other important stakeholders. From 10 to 13 October in Brussels (Belgium), the LLL Platform together with the European Youth Forum (YFJ) hosted its big annual event: the ‘Lifelong Learning Week 2016’. Read more »

The EU school student movement is getting stronger: Rete degli Studenti Medi welcome in OBESSUland!

rete_degli_studenti_medi1OBESSU would like to introduce our new Candidate Organisation Rete degli Studenti Medi (RSM) from Italy!

RSM expressed its interest in being part of OBESSU at the beginning of the year and they took part as guests in our last General Assembly (11-12 August, Amsterdam). The event gave RSM the possibility to get to know the platform and to have an overview of what OBESSU is working on. Today, we are really happy to welcome Rete degli Studenti Medi in OBESSUland!

We asked RSM to answer a few questions to give the platform a picture of what they are doing and what RSM is. Read more »

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