We are pleased to share that the Ambassador of Georgia in the Federal Republic of Germany H.E. Lado Chanturia will deliver a keynote speech at the opening day of the ECMI Summer School 2017. The Federal Republic of Germany being the first state to recognize Georgia’s independence in 1991, diplomatic relations between the two countries were established in April 1992. We are looking forward to hearing current developments of their relations from the Ambassador and welcoming him in the Danish-German Border region. More...
Indigenous peoples and minorities throughout the world have endeavoured for centuries to rid themselves from colonialism and oppression, while governments struggle to recognize indigenous and minority rights and minorities’ rightful standing in society. Varied approaches have been adopted, with varying degrees of success – but much can be learned from past and current victories and mistakes. Both in Canada and in the United States, the federal governments have historically held exclusive and virtually unlimited authority over their indigenous populations. More...
Lisez l'édition de mai de AIU LYNX afin d'en apprendre plus sur:
La conférence internationale de l'AIU au Ghana
La formation de l'AIU pour les dirigeants d'universités à Oman
Le travail de l'AIU en internationalisation
Le portail de l'AIU dressant une carte du monde des différentes initiatives en matière d'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche au service du développement durable
La réunion du Conseil d'administration de l'AIU
Découvrez également les récents développements relatifs aux politiques et aux projets en matière d'enseignement supérieur à travers le monde. Voir l'article...
- IAU International Conference in Ghana
- IAU next training for university leaders in Oman
- IAU work on internationalization
- IAU portal mapping initiatives around the globe in Higher Education & Research for sustainable development
- IAU Administrative Board meeting
- Discover also the recent developments in higher Education policy and projects at national and international level. More...
The FUEN Congress in May 2017 is fast approaching.
However, before we get this far, we are looking for the FUEN Congress 2019 host.
Please send the application to FUEN, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 05.05.2017.
The FUEN assembly of delegation will thereafter make their decision on the 20.05.2017.
We are looking forward to hearing from you and hoping for great response. More...
„The success of Europe depends on its ability to become a Europe of the regions and of the citizens. No one has more insight and competence in this matter than the 60 million people who belong to the autochthonous national minorities of the European Union. We may only speak of maturity in Europe if we manage to consider ethnic identities as a value in itself and also protect this European value.” – said FUEN President Loránt Vincze who was invited to speak at a round table discussion about regional identities as part of a conference organized by the Council of Europe’s Congress of Local and Regional Authorities in Eupen (Belgium) on Friday, 5 May 2017. More...
"The citizens are the center of Europe, not the states, that is why the European Citizens' Initiative is so important and noone should feel like a second grade citizen because all languages are equal as key elements of our diversity." - this was the main message of the European Parliaments' President Antonio Tajani as transmitted by his personal councilor for minority issues Markus Warasin who reassured the FUEN that the President very much supports the Minority SafePack Initiative and his door is always open. More...
On May 3-4 the FUEN is holding a conference in Brussels, under the high patronage of the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani. The conference entitled Hit the road - the Minority SafePack Initiative and the European Parliament is being hosted by RMDSZ MEPs Iuliu Winkler and Csaba Sógor, representatives of the Hungarian community in Romania. More...
The report shows that despite various approaches to policy-making and implementation that the countries applied, they certainly have elements in common: bottom-up approaches and initiatives taken up by higher education institutions, staff, students and NGOs, regardless of the scope of governmental support, are central to refugees’ integration.
ESU participated at the management meeting in Edinburgh to discuss ways ahead for the European Students, Sustainability Auditing (ESSA) project, as well as update on progress made on the work packages and challenges encountered. More...