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EquNet - 2nd Newsletter - May, 2011

Dear Colleague,

Join the EquNet Campaign, share with us some good or bad practices in equity in higher education and win a participation to the EquNet Conference!

We are looking for contributions (in video or writings category) from organisations/associations actively working on the field of equity in Higher Education and willing to share their good and/or bad practice with the public.

The motto of the contest is:

Inclusive Higher Education for All! – European Competition for Equity.

For the most outstanding works, visibility will be provided on the project-related platforms – website, Facebook page. Two contributions, selected by a Jury, will be invited to the 2nd EquNet Conference to Varna, Bulgaria.

Participation in the contest is free.
(Extended) deadline for the submissions is 10 June 2011.

For more information about the campaign, visit the website.

EquNet Reports

1st Report is downloadable: Evolving Diversity – an overview of equitable access to Higher Education in Europe.

The 2nd report is planned to be published in spring 2012. It focuses on four groups facing specific barriers in accessing Higher Education: lifelong learners, persons with a migrant background, persons with special needs, and persons from rural areas. It will be investigated how the chances of these groups differ across European countries. Examples of good practice will show what can be done to enhance accessibility of Higher Education for these groups.

EquNet events in 2011

EquNet will be present at the following events:



Anthony F. Camilleri – Scienter, Italy
Fabio Nascimbieni – MENON, Belgium

Find EquNet on facebook

Best Regards,

The EquNet Team


EquNet is supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission.

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