The Global Student Forum, European Students’ Union (ESU), together with the Ukrainian Association of Students (UAS), expresses its concerns regarding the situation Ukrainian male students have faced at the Ukrainian borders in the last few weeks.
The Global Student Forum stands in Solidarity with Student Activist in Sri Lanka.
The Asia-Pacific launch of the UNESCO GEM 2022 Youth Report: “Who Chooses? Who Loses?” and the #RightTheRules campaign on the 1st of September 2022, demonstrates a key and important shift for student and youth engagement concerning education in the region.
UN Transforming Education Summit 2022 Global Student Consultation on the Five Thematic Tracks 24th of August 2022 - 15:00 CEST Register here: bit.ly/GSFTESConsult In accordance with “Our Common Agenda”, the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General is convening the UN...
After more than 18 months of imprisonment, where Ahmed already faced severe human rights violations, the ruling took place on the 4th of July, which happened to be Ahmed’s 31st birthday. The verdict , a three year prison sentence , is outrageous and unjust.
A Global Student Declaration, for a fair Future in Education. The crucial importance of the advocacy demands of the international student movement in co-building a new democratic and eco-social world. In the framework of the path towards the World Higher Education...
As the 82nd Board Meeting and 40- year anniversary celebration of the European Students’ Union begins, the Global Student Forum join UNESCO’s GEM Report #RighttheRules campaign urging policy leaders to strengthen oversight of private actors so that the poorest are not priced out of education.
Read the WHEC 2022 – Global Student Declaration developed by the Global Student Forum in cooperation with the All-Africa Students’ Union, the Commonwealth Students Association, the European Students’ Union, the Latin-American and Caribbean Continental Student Organisation, and the Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions.
On the occasion of a World Intellectual Property Day focused on Intellectual Property and Youth, we call on governments to ensure that national and international copyright laws ensure the right to education for all. We applaud the choice of theme, which draws attention to the largest generation in history, who will be the driving force for sustainable and inclusive development. Yet, young people today are faced with considerable barriers to engage politically, economically and socially.
The Education and Academia Stakeholder Group (EASG) brings together human rights-based education civil society organisations as well as academia organisations and networks that work on the right to education, which self-organise to engage with the monitoring and review of the Sustainable Development Goals
The Steering Committee wholeheartedly congratulates Zoe Ranganathan, current president of the National Union of Student in Australia, to her election into the Steering Committee.
The Global Student Forum is delighted to announce the election of Ester Simon, former president of the National Union of Student in Namibia and an outstanding Youth Leader in multiple pan-African initiatives into the Board of the Global Campaign for Education.