The European Students’ Union (ESU) has released its Manifesto for the European elections. Entitled “Vote for Education”, the document focuses mainly on higher education as a public good and a public responsibility and declines ten key principles addressed to candidate MEPs. Among key elements, ESU calls for more public investment in education despite austerity times, operating grants for European NGOs and improvement of civil dialogue, EU funded mobility for all students or improvement of visa procedures for third-country nationals.
ESU Manifesto “Vote for Education”
From the network - 26th February 2014