The “Social Inclusion and Engagement in Mobility” (SIEM) project consortium is pleased to invite you to the free session “HEIs Social Inclusion Multiplier Training”, taking place online on November 9th, 2021 from 14:30 to 17:00 CET.
About the training
The aim of this training is to provide participants with a clear understanding of how to increase the inclusive recruitment of students from underrepresented groups in international student mobility. A variety of discussion-based activities will be carried out to facilitate knowledge-sharing and jointly create concrete avenues of action.
The training is based on the Guidelines for Inclusive Mobility Promotion and Recruitment, one of the main outputs developed by the SIEM project consortium. The Guidelines are a tool specifically designed for HEIs aiming at increasing awareness of (I) differences in the student population, (II) main characteristics of underrepresented student groups in international student mobility.
The training will focus on offering tangible tools for institutions to improve the diversity in their student mobility.
The workshop will tackle the following topics:
- Institutional Inclusion and Diversity strategies in mobility
- Defining Diversity profiles at your institutions
- Barriers to inclusion in student mobility
- Defining stakeholders to improve inclusion and diversity in mobility
- Developing an inclusion action plan
This training particularly targets International Relation Officers (IROs) interested in piloting the Guidelines in their institutions.
Save your spot today and register here!
Registrations are open until 8th of November 2021.
About the SIEM project
The SIEM project aims at increasing the opportunities and chances in life of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by increasing their participation in the Erasmus+ programme. The project is a collaborative cross-European partnership between Erasmus Student Network, Universities UK International, the European University Foundation, YES Forum, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, University of Vigo, Masaryk University, University of Latvia, ESN Spain and ESN France.
For more information on the project, please visit the SIEM project website.