The data for this edition was collected by surveying the European Students’ Union’s national unions of students in the following areas: student participation in governance, the social dimension, quality assurance, recognition, mobility and internationalisation, structural reforms, student-centred learning and financing of higher education. The questionnaire also included general questions about the Bologna Process and its future. In total, between 37 to 40 NUSes from 40 EHEA countries responded to the questionnaire, from Norway to Malta and Iceland to Armenia.
This project’s portfolio presents an in-depth reflection on the aims, strengths, weaknesses and outcomes of some TMF supported initiatives, particularly focusing on advocacy works and grassroots initiatives promoting social inclusion and solidarity. We hope that these experiences inspire more student movements around Europe to take action.