Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU)
1975-04-15 Dublin Ireland
Founded 15 Apr 1975, Dublin (Ireland). Current statutes adopted by General Assembly, 1999, Helsinki (Finland); last revised 2015, Brussels (Belgium). EU Transparency Register: 28818073021-14.
Represent the views of school students in Europe towards the different educational institutions and platforms; uphold and improve the quality and accessibility of education and educational democracy; improve conditions in secondary schools to promote greater solidarity, cooperation and understanding among school students; end discrimination and injustice where they exist within the educational system.
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