Call for Members of the Working group on School Students’ Structure Development
OBESSU has opened the call for applications for Members of the Working group on School Students’ Structure Development (SSSD).
Since 2004 OBESSU has been involved in the development of school students’ representative structures in the region of South Eastern Europe (SEE) with the support of the SEE Working Group. At the OBESSU GA 2010 it was decided to set up a new working group in order to support the establishment of sustainable school student structures in Europe where such do not yet exist. Ever since, the working group has been actively working with young people from around Europe and is now looking for new team to continue gaining new contacts, maintaining existent and bringing them to another level.
In particular, the working group is expected to:
- work on empowering the student population in Europe and promoting and encouraging participation of students through democratically elected, representative and independent national school student organisations
- get a clear overview of the student organising in Europe and to establish contacts with student representatives in all of the countries in Europe, where OBESSU doesn’t have its members
- support student initiatives around the continent by organising study visits and training sessions with the purpose of capacity building and networking
For more information about the Working Group, please read the document Call and application form for SSSD Working Group 2012 carefully, and if you need additional information contact OBESSU’s Board member Dejan Bojanic at email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is 15th of August 2012 at midnight (CET).
We invite you to share this call with interested school student activists!