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European Policy of Education - a reference and its importance

European Policy of Education - a reference and its importance

Calliope Didaskalou analyses the history, effect and significance of the European Policy of Education.

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Youth Time Summer School 2015: Brilliant and Engaged People Everywhere

Youth Time Summer School 2015: Brilliant and Engaged People Everywhere

Youth Time had its first official Summer School in 2011 and this June it celebrated five years of engagement with young people from across the world.

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Horizon 2020

British Universities – Closer to the EU?

OneEurope contributor Ana Oliveira reports from a recent networking event with prominent British university leaders and senior EU officials hosted by the British Embassy in Brussels.

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www.unicef.org/education

Change the World, Educate Girls

Exclusion in education systems for girls

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www.uncef.org/education

Out-of-school children

Five dimensions of exclusion

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Romani women, Moldova

Access to Education in Moldova: Is Education Inclusive and Equal for Everyone in Europe?

Access to education is one of the key requirements for an equal and fair society. However for some of Europe's most vulnerable citizens there are many obstacles to enjoying this basic right.

Gosia Juchniewicz on

This list of countries where students spend more hours for homework has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Where do Students do the Most Homework?

Italy, Ireland and Poland are World leaders

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The students of Lichk are saying thank you

Fairy Tale in the Primary School of Lichk, Armenia

‘You are only a young man with big dreams’, said the mayor of Lichk to Lev Mkrtchyan six months ago. Lev reached out to OneEurope last summer seeking for help. And we helped in the way we could: we made sure his story is heard all across Europe.

Virág Gulyás on

The entire school is literally falling apart, and is extremely hazardous to the children.

Children Fighting for Their Schools

Armenia’s Rural Areas are Left With No Support

Virág Gulyás on

What educations are women taking?

What educations are women taking?

It is no secret that there you can find massive gender gaps in certain professional fields. These gaps begs questions like, how big is the gap? And has it always been like this?

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Russia/Romania

Education in Europe: Russia and Romania (Part II)

A comparison of Russian and Romanian education systems

Bori Pentek on

Education - a continuous challenge.

Education - a continuous challenge.

The world is changing, maybe faster than ever before. But can our educational system keep up? This cartoon, as funny as it is, has a point - We still haven't …

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School uniform: Russian experience

School uniform: Russian experience

A new legislation in Russia is trying to hide social, cultural, and even religious differences by bringing back school uniforms

Natalia Ghincul on

European education strategy.

European education strategy.

The European Union promotes entrepreneurship as a key factor for competitiveness and has highlighted the importance of advancing a European entrepreneurial culture by fostering the right mind-set and entrepreneurship-related skills. …

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How to integrate 27 strangers? Education and integration in Europe.

How to integrate 27 strangers? Education and integration in Europe.

We are "Americanizing" our integration, when we should build on our European heritage. How can we develop our common culture?

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With Hungary being the sole exception, followed maybe, but only maybe, by the Czech Republic and Estonia, the data raises questions over the reasons for this (educational) systemic differences.

The Pre-Schooling Division between East and West

The rate of pre-schoolers varies considerably in Europe, leaving first and foremost the feeling of a big cultural difference between former East and former West.

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