How do students define academic integrity and what is the future of Student-centered learning? These and many other topics were discussed at the 83rd Board Meeting of The European Students' Union (ESU).
In week 47, DSF sent four representatives to the biannual general meeting of our European umbrella organization. The meeting offered new knowledge, technical discussions and close votes. Our hosts SK RVŠ had invited us to presentations and workshops on student activism and European university collaborations.
With prices rising all over Europe, it was obvious that one of the big issues was student poverty. In Denmark, we feel it especially on the food budget, while in other countries it is the electricity bill that has become astronomical. We were therefore pleased to pass a resolution on student poverty.
There were many important topics over the seven days, but there was also time to get to know each other and share experiences. For DSF, our European organization must not only be a strong voice in the EU institutions and the Bologna process, but also the place where we can lay the foundation for new collaborations across the board. As students, we are stronger together.