European education Newsletter

October 20, 2013

In October’s edition: Interview with M. K. Kivinen, Gen. Secr. of the EE Cost-Sharing Éditorial L’éducation, un avantage compétitif? Hands off my Erasmus Alumni Europae Anciens élèves des EE MEET, the Movement towards a European Education Trust Alliances for Inclusion: The NESET Analytic report The EIB Institute, its role in the education landscape. ERASMUS Congress […]

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Competition Guidelines

July 23, 2013

Competition Participants! Welcome to the “MEET Competition“ a High Quality European  Education for All! To read our competition guidelines, you can scroll down and click on the images to zoom in, or you can also click HERE to download them! To find some inspiration, you can read the press and listen to interviews about education, but you can also lead […]

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European Education for All … three months to go…

July 17, 2013

Raising awareness on the role of education and the added-value of European education through MEET is not only a great exercise in democracy but a way of eventually feeding our ideas into policy and advocacy processes, a cause MEET will remain committed to beyond the timeframe of the ECI.

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Why We Should Sign For Common European Education

May 20, 2013

Europe is a highly diverse yet uniquely spirited continent. With so many languages and cultures and such a rich history it plays a leading role in today’s world affairs. In order to sustain its wealth of ideas and keep up with ever changing challenges of globalization it needs to establish a strong innovative educational system […]

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European Youth Deserve Better

May 14, 2013

We believe that education is the most important sector under governmental control, it is education that drives the future, it is education that will create the Europe of tomorrow. For that reason we are attempting to collect one million signatures, these signatures will be submitted to the EU commission to urge them to create a […]

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Will The European Commission Listen?

May 10, 2013

For too long now the general public have not been involved in the direction of the education system, the public, the citizenry have been subjected to an education system that they have no direct stake in. With the passing of the Lisbon Treaty we believe that a unique opportunity to change this fact can be […]

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MEET – one year on – our Europe Day Challenge!

May 9, 2013

Let us know how difficult or easy this was and where we can improve our message. A prize for all those who manage the Europe Day Challenge so don’t forget to let us know.

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Georges Vlandas du Groupe Unitaire pour le développement des Ecoles Européennes (GUDEE)

May 3, 2013

Georges Vlandas du Groupe Unitaire pour le développement des Ecoles Européennes (GUDEE) “L’éducation européenne de tout le continent”  

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