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.
The Steering Committee of the Global Student Forum is hereby launching an open call for volunteers to be part of the working group on environmental justice, which will be working on issues related to climate action and sustainable development. Representatives from the...
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 Global Student Forum launches the GSF-led transnational policy briefs that the GSF WHEC Working Group has prepared for the upcoming UNESCO World Higher Education Conference 2022, that will take place in Barcelona from the 18th to the 22nd of May.
On Sunday, 3rd of April, Ninoslav Scukanec Schmidt, the Executive Director of the Institute for the Development of Education in Zagreb, Croatia, was the speaker for the next GSF Academy Session, “A new Decade for the Social Dimension within the Bologna Process”.
On Sunday 20th of March Dr. Katarina Popovic, Professor at the Department for Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy, University-of Belgrade & Dr. Henry Charles, Youth and Policy Development Expert; were the speakers for the second session of the second module of the Global Student Forum GSF Academy: “Democracy, Human Rights and Active Global Citizenship Education”.
On Sunday 6th of March, Antonia Wulff, Education International Director of Research, Policy and Advocacy, and Alex Rafalowicz, policy analyst, campaigner, organiser and strategist for climate justice; were the speakers for the inauguration of the new module of the GSF Academy: “Environmental Justice, Sustainable Development and the SDGs”.
GSF Academy Module 1 Lecture 5: “Communications & Public Relations: Theory and Practise of Political Communication”
Sunday 28th of November Dr. Scott Timcke, a Comparative Historical Sociologist, was the lecturer for the next GSF Academy session: “Communications and Public Relations: Theory and Practise of Effective Political Communication”.
“Understanding International Decision Making Spaces and Processes: An Excursion into the World of Global Education Politics” was the title of the GSF Academy Session on Sunday 14th of November.
The GSF & UNESCO Webinar: “Co-Constructing Futures of Education” will take place on the 5th of May, from 02:00 – 03:30 PM CEST / 01:00 – 02:30 PM GMT. The event co-hosted between UNESCO and the GSF, is part of a student movement summit contributing to the UNESCO Futures of Education initiative.