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What do young people think of the EU?
What do young people think of the EU?
What do young people think of the EU? How much do they know about its structure and potential? What is their vision of Europe in the future? These are some of the questions at the basis of the Study “Prejudices in schools. Youngsters and the EU: perceptions, knowledge and expectation”  implemented by three partner organisations: the Lifelong Learning Platform, OBESSU and JEF Europe on behalf of the European Economic and Social Committee.
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Sex & Gender Working Group - we're looking for members!
Sex & Gender Working Group - we're looking for members!
OBESSU has opened the call for applications for Members of the Working Group on Inclusive Sex & Gender Education. The Working Group is responsible for shaping and supporting the implementation of OBESSU’s work on Inclusive Sex & Gender Education in 2019 (in cooperation with the OBESSU Board).
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Welcome to Daša, our new Membership and Capacity Building Officer!
Welcome to Daša, our new Membership and Capacity Building Officer!
As of 6th February 2019, the OBESSU secretariat grew and welcomed a new team member, Daša. She will be our Membership and Capacity Building Officer.
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OBESSU welcomes a new Secretary General!
OBESSU welcomes a new Secretary General!
Pina started working at OBESSU in June 2018 as Interim Secretary General during Ela’s maternity leave and was renewed a contract as Secretary General for a full term, ending in February 2021.
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OBESSU on Board of the Steering Group for the EU Digital Education Hackathon!
OBESSU on Board of the Steering Group for the EU Digital Education Hackathon!
The Digital Education Hackathon is an annual contest to identify key challenges for education in the digital age and co-create solutions across disciplines and organisations. As a student representative, Edvardas has the mandate to make sure that the perspective of school students is never left behind in the discussion.
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