Online event for EUF universities
Audience: Staff members from EUF network universities (administrative and academic staff)
Date: November 4th, from 10:00 to 12:00 CET
Registration is open until November 2nd and only to staff members from EUF network universities.
The second session of the EUF network Knowledge Exchange Community on implementing more inclusive mobility practices will be held on November 4th at 10:00 CET and will be chaired by Christina Bohle (Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator at the Humboldt University of Berlin).
The new Erasmus+ programme has placed inclusion as one of its top priorities. It will therefore be of strategic importance for higher education institutions to find most fitting approaches for their own institutions. The session will allow participants to exchange their views and practices with peers, and learn more about inclusion from the perspective of the European Commission and a National Agency.
Agenda* in brief:
Session facilitator: Christina Bohle, Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator at the Humboldt University of Berlin
|Inclusiveness in the new Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027
Representative from the European Commission, DG EAC
|DAAD perspective on inclusiveness in the Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027
Dr. Frauke Stebner, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
|University perspective about the success stories and challenges in applying inclusive criteria
University representative (TBC)
|Parallel group sessions to jointly explore practices and look for solutions to common challenges|
|How can diverse types and formats of mobility pave the way to a more inclusive mobility?
Group facilitator: Carla Álvarez Benito, European University Foundation (EUF)
|What are the key elements of inclusive mobility practices?
Group facilitator: Krisztina Kovács, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)
|Communication strategies for raising awareness on inclusive mobility practices and internal support structures
Group facilitator will be announced shortly
*Slight changes to the agenda may apply
The number of participants is limited. Registration takes place on a first come first served basis. In the event of high interest, a general principle of a maximum of 3 representatives per university may be applied.