30 avril 2017

Parliament hearing on Minority SafePack in Copenhagen

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "fuen.org"The Minority SafePack Citizens Initiative has been presented in Copenhagen on April 19th. 
Members of the MSPI citizens' initiative, FUEN, Sydslesvigsk Forening (SSF), DialogForumNorden and Bund Deutscher Nordschleswiger (BDN) were invited for consultation in the ’Sønderjyske Værelse’ (Southern Jytland Room). More...

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UIL Alumni Network

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) has established the UIL Alumni Network with an aim to develop a mutually beneficial and enduring relationship between the Institute and its alumni. This will be an all-in-one tool for communication, innovation and collaboration. More...

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Staff and students bear the brunt of university funding cuts

By Andrew MacDonald. The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) supports Universities Australia’s statement today that any further reductions to university funding would “put at risk the ability of our world-class universities to continue to deliver excellence in education and research”. More...

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Union alarmed by higher education budget speculation targeting students – again

By Andrew MacDonald. The next generation of university students will end up paying more for less as fees increase and university funding is cut under the Coalition government’s plans for higher education. More...

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Higher education: An investment in human capital and future prosperity

By Andrew MacDonald. The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) said today that the 2017-18 Federal Budget will reveal whether the Turnbull government considers spending on higher education as an investment in Australia’s future economic and social prosperity, or as nothing more than a target for billions of dollars in savings to help the government restore the budget to balance. More...

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European Qualifications Passport for Refugees: from vision to reality

By . In a time of unprecedented pressure to tackle the migration challenge, the demand for an effective and sustainable approach to screening, evaluating and recognising refugees' qualifications is at the forefront of political agendas in many countries. Also in this blog post, check out the very first passport to be issued via the programme, and learn more about the woman who received it. More...

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Getting to know your neighbours: connected in the region, ready for the world

By . Generally speaking, getting to know your neighbours has its perks: you can borrow a carton of milk, help each other out, share great conversation and work to make your neighbourhood better. In academia as at home, life is that much better when you get to know your neighbours and it starts in the most basic form, by talking to each other. Sharing knowledge, ideas and expertise is all part of the strategy of regionalisation – and vital to internationalisation. More...

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Brexit: A ‘stress test’ for the regionalisation fostered by the Bologna Process?

By . Brexit is shifting the discussion about higher education in the European Union, raising questions about EU-wide exchange and collaboration projects and, more broadly, about the future of the supranational European Higher Education Area (EHEA), which has been promoted for the last 17 years through the Bologna Process. More...

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Parliamentary Assembly calls on Hungary to stop work on NGO funding and university laws

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "council of europe"The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has called on Hungary to suspend the parliamentary debate on the draft law on the “Transparency of Organisations receiving Foreign Funding” and the implementation of the Act amending the National Higher Education Act, pending the opinion of experts from the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission. More...

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PACE commends CPT on its ‘outstanding work’ and makes proposals for reinforcing its impact

PACE today congratulated the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) for its “outstanding work” over the past 25 years, which has led to significant improvements in the States Parties. More...

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