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...
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 23rd of November the Global Student Forum organizes the European Student Consultation to provide input towards the UNESCO World Higher Education Conference 2022. Hosted by the Global Student Forum, in partnership with the European Students’ Union, the meeting will...
The Global Student Forum (GSF) is an official partner in the global people's summit Co-building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind, 29 June - 2 July 2022. This summit is hosted by the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) and the...
The Global Student Forum in partnership with Global Voices organises a two-day capacity building seminar for student representatives titled: “Student Voices, Global Stories: Workshop on Independent Journalism and Human Rights”
An unfair and uneven distribution of vaccines globally can worsen the immediate and long-term harms of the COVID-19 pandemic around the world. For this reason, the Global Student Forum is hosting a student summit on vaccine justice. This summit will reiterate demands to global leaders and governments for economic fairness and a just distribution of patent free vaccines.
The Harvard University – Mahindra Seminar: “Student impact on higher education globally – perspectives from leaders of regional student union federations and the Global Student Forum” – will take place on:
Join us on Monday, the 14th of June 2021 (12:30 pm to 2:00 pm ET/ 18:30 pm to 20:00 pm CEST)
Today, 1 in 10 of the world’s children – 152 million – are still being forced to work and are denied their right to education and childhood.
That’s why we are uniting as child labour survivors, the world’s largest representative student unions, and the 100 Million campaign to invite student leaders across the world to host an event and campaign side-by-side with child labour survivor advocates to demand action.
The worldwide student summit “Environmental justice activism post-COVID-19 – Rebuilding momentum, coming back stronger!” will look into the role students and youth have played in the climate and pro-biodiversity movement of the past decade, analysing and trying to learn from best practices and strategic mistakes that were made along the way, following the overarching aim to become more resilient and strategic when facilitating climate action in a world post COVID-19.
Together with the Magna Charta Observatory, we are co-hosting a webinar on the importance of student participation in higher education decision making on the 19th of April.
Register now to join the event.
Together with the national delegations of African unions of students, we explored and discussed the work plan, the upcoming GSF activities and their relevance to organisations and movements in Africa to ensure that the African perspective is well represented within the Global Student Forum and its future endeavours.
In November 2020 over one hundred students, youth, activists, and leaders came together to speak truth to power and demand a fair share for our future from the 20 biggest economies of the world - The G20. This event was organised by the 100 Million Campaign in...