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A clip of We are the Future which appeared on Romanian television can now be viewed on the TVR website. The event features during the last 7 minutes of the broadcast, and although mostly in Romanian, it does feature some clips of the young delegates taking part in the workshop, along with interesting interviews in English with the Austrian Minister for Science and Research, Mr Karlheinz Töchterle, and our very own Matteo Merzagora from Traces, Paris.

You can also view an interview with Laura Lacatus and Karoline Iber which appeared on TVR Cultural, April 24, 2012 online. This one comes with English subtitles.

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The Junge Uni Innsbruck has initiated mutual learning in form of a Children’s council (“Kinderbeirat”) and the first meeting on the 5th of April was a great success.

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SiS Catalyst invited 20 young people from 13 different countries to a workshop in Bucharest alongside the 2012 Ministerial Conference to discuss higher education in their country and offer their advice to the Ministers of Education.

Click here to visit the We are the Future site and find out more!

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You can now register online for our Second Policy Practice Interface Conference.

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The Ankara Declaration is the first of a series for SiS Catalyst and EUCU.NET and a starting point for further discussions. You can now endorse it, and find your name amongst other like-minded people and institutions.

 

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SiS Catalyst Conference 25th  - 27th  of June 2012 at the University of Zagreb, Croatia.

Children as Change Agents for Science and Society:  Putting global thinking into action

This conference will be an opportunity for the curious to explore the vision of SiS Catalyst and to see how it relates to their own.

There is no fee for this conference, however delegates will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation costs.

Registration will open on the 16th of April 2012 and places will be limited.

All Information relating to the Conference can be found here and will be updated regularly.

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It is now exactly one year since the kick off meetings, we've entered the 'start small' phase, and things are really starting to take shape! So as a special birthday treat we've compiled a special edition of the newsletter to keep you all up to date with the latest news.

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Welcome to our brand new website, we hope you like it!

Please keep checking back, as we'll be adding lots of new content over the coming days and weeks.

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As part of the SiS Catalyst project a delegation of young people aged 13-15 will be given the opportunity to come to Bucharest alongside the Bologna Follow-up Ministerial Conference in April 2012. They will participate in a workshop with 20 young people from various countries about the future of higher education in Europe. The results of this workshop will then be presented to the Ministers to show them the importance of listening to young people as a key step in designing any change in higher education.

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Our SiS Catalyst conference in partnership with EUCU.NET was a great success. We did lots of hard work, heard lots of very interesting speeches and even got to enjoy some traditional Turkish dancing!

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