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Mainstreaming the Social Dimension in the EHEA. Country and HEI SD profiles

Many countries and higher education institutions have developed national and institutional strategies to promote the social dimension. Most universities showed that they had strategic measures in place in a report at the end of 2020. This report gathers a wide range of good practices in order that the next performance agreement period, 2022–2024, an even […]

Principles and Guidelines to Strengthen the Social Dimension of Higher Education in the EHEA

Adopted by Ministers for Higher Education in 2020, the Principles and Guidelines (PAGs) set the course for the next decade of the EHEA for public authorities and higher education institutions to integrate these principles into the core higher education missions: learning and teaching, research, innovation, knowledge exchange and outreach, institutional governance and management, as well […]

Project Portfolio on access to education for young people withrefugee and migrant backgrounds

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.

Global Students’ Demands on Refugees and Migrant’s Education

The Global Students’ Demands serve as the first steps to address the challenges of access to quality education, legislation, living conditions and building solidarity and cohesion faced by refugees and migrants. They were developed by a Cross continental group of students coming from Africa, North and South America, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East and Europe who represent student […]


Bologna With Student Eyes

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 […]


Guide For Student Participation

For the elaboration of this tool, the best practices and innovative methodologies have been selected from all the contributions collected by the STUPS consortium through an international participatory process. These practices have been distributed over 10 sections to cover the main topics requested by the university community, around the dimensions of governance and management; academic […]