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    On the occasion of the EUA Council meeting held in Brussels on 27 January 2017, the Association approved nine new membership applications and one request for affiliate status.

    Secure your early-bird fee by registering now for EUA’s Annual Conference 2017 “Autonomy and freedom: The future sustainability of universities.” After 28 February the late registration fee will apply.

    Since its launch in December 2015, EUA’s Refugees Welcome Map Campaign has collected almost 250 initiatives from higher education institutions and related organisations in 31 countries. After one year of success, EUA is pleased to announce that it has recently updated the Map with the support of the inHERE project (Higher Education Supporting Refugees in Europe).

    Does higher education teaching pay sufficient attention to citizenship and social inclusion? And, what exactly are the challenges that academics and students face in addressing these topics? This was the theme of the first public event of the “European Forum for Enhanced Collaboration in Teaching” (EFFECT) project, which took place at the University of Porto on 31 January 2017.

    EUA is deeply concerned by the executive order issued by US President Donald Trump and its immediate and unnecessary consequences on international researchers, university faculty and students.

    The presidents of 33 national rectors’ conferences met at the EUA Council for a policy dialogue with European Commissioner Carlos Moedas, President Markku Markkula of the Committee of the Regions, and Luke Georghiou, Vice-President for research at the University of Manchester and member of RISE (the Research, Innovation and Science Policy Experts High-Level Group of the European Commission). The meeting took place in Brussels on 27 January 2017.

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