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OBESSU General Assembly 2016: a very successful event!

00The 42nd OBESSU General Assembly took place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on the 11th and 12th of August. As the highest decision-making body of the platform, the General Assembly gathered around 40 delegates representing almost every OBESSU Member, Candidate and Affiliate Organisation.

It is during this event that delegates from all over Europe decide upon the work of OBESSU, as well as they propose changes to the OBESSU main documents, such as the Statutes, Political Platform, Workplan and Development Strategy.     Read more »

Welcome to Eszter: our new Programme Coordinator!

eszter webFrom the 1st of August 2016 OBESSU has a new Programme Coordinator tasked to implement the project #RefugeesWelcome to School.

Eszter is initially from Hungary, but has been studying and working in six different countries these last couple of years. The experience of living in Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia has profoundly marked her; strengthening her belief that diversity is a great advantage for all societies, hence her passion for the topic of migration. Eszter has a degree in International Relations and one in International Migration and Ethnic Relations. She has been working on policies and projects related to migrant integration and refugee protection in different international organisations. Read more »

Call for participants for the Training Course for Multipliers “#RefugeesWelcome to School”

call for pax refugeeswelcomeWe are glad to open the call for participants for the Training Course for Multipliers “#RefugeesWelcome to School”, that will take place in Mollina, Spain, 18-25 September 2016 (including travel days), within the 17th University on Youth and Development CEULAJ.

This event is part of the big project “#RefugeesWelcome to school – Programme for supporting local initiatives on refugee and migrant children and youth educational integration at general and vocational secondary levels”, funded by the Open Society Foundations. Read more »

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