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The OBESSU Pool of Trainers 2015|2016

all together 1The Pool of Trainers (PoT) is an internal structure of OBESSU with no political power composed of a flexible number of experienced trainers with a school student activism background which supports the work of the platform on the topics of facilitation, training and capacity building. These trainers will attend events and external trainings, as well as travel to different European countries when called from Member and Candidate Organisations for support and special trainings. 
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A look into 2015

events 2015 finalThe year 2015 will be a very exciting one for OBESSU and its Member and Candidate Organisations. At the recent Board meeting in Marseille (France), a draft outline for this year’s activities was made. The outline is of course based on the activities described in OBESSU’s 2015-2017 Workplan, adopted at the General Assembly in Vienna in 2014.
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Study Session 2015 “Deport Xenophobia from European Classrooms”

St Session prep meetingThe team in charge of the next OBESSU big activity, the Study Session Deport Xenophobia from European Classrooms, held the preparatory meeting in Budapest the last 16-19 January to finalise the objectives of the activity, the draft programme and to start preparing the different sessions for the event.
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OBESSU – The Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions is the platform for cooperation between the national school student unions active in general secondary and secondary vocational education in Europe. It was founded in April 1975 in Dublin, Ireland and brings together Member and Observer organisations from around 20 European countries. All member organisations are independent, national, representative and democratic school student organisations.