Njoftim – Publikohet Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED) Newsletter - June 1, 2021

Krijuar: 01 Qershor 2021 Data pubblicazione Vizita: 245

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UNIMED Projects & Activities

In the framework of the UNIMED SubNetwork on Employability, coordinated by the Lebanese University, UNIMED has launched a survey focused on the need’s analysis of the Career Centers within the universities.

Then, this initiative is addressed to the Career Centres of the Southern Mediterranean Universities of the UNIMED network.

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The University of Monastir and the Tunisian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research organized during the month of May two online events on the topic of the Dynamization of Quality Committees and Recommendations towards a better autonomy of universities. The workshops have been organised in the framework of the SAGESSE project. The recording of both events is available.

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Forced displacement (FD) is a complex process where the identification of needs is difficult and attention practices are challenging to implement. The RAISD project – Reshaping Attention and Inclusion Strategies for Distinctively vulnerable people among the forcibly displaced – co-funded by the H2020 Program has just released its Preliminary catalogue of good (attention and inclusion) practices.

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The PELIARQ project team invites European Higher Education Institutions, Levantine Higher Education Institutions and Policy makers to participate in this survey - by June 7, 2021 - concerning internationalisation activities between Europe and the Levant.

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Next Events & Initiatives

The H2020 EUMEPLAT project is organizing its first open conference “Have We (N)ever Been European? Reflections on European Culture and Media”. It will take place online on June 14th, 2021, 10:00 am to 6:30 pm CEST.

International professors and experts will contribute to the discussion. Registrations are open.

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Next Calls & Opportunities