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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President

EuroBelarusIt is necessary for the public to raise its voice to mobilize the educational reforms in Belarus.

EuroBelarus: During the Student Week Uladzimir Dunaeu, the member of the public Bologna committee, gave a public lecture and spoke about the long road of Belarus towards the Bologna Process.

EuroBelarus: The state again offers its electorate cheap but low-quality education; however, the time of undemanding employers is the thing of the past, claims Professor Uladzimir Dunaeu.

EuroBelarus: No one still wants to reform the system of higher education in Belarus; moreover, the authorities even embarrassed themselves at a meeting of the monitoring group on the subject.

Belarusan students, mainly those studying at the BSU faculties, held a demonstration called a “March of love and solidarity” on December 2. There are no results of the demonstration as such – basically, the university’s administration didn’t react to the students’ initiative in a proper way. On the other hand, the organization of the demonstration can be indirectly connected with the Bologna process, which Belarus has recently joined.

Summary In the first two months of 2014, the State Committee for Science and Technology (SCST) did not submit traditionally optimistic reports on the advancement of science in 2013. The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (NASB) made even more optimistic one instead.

obrazovanie11Summary Education policy is at a crossroads.The former strategies for balancing social paternalism and cost-cutting have now run out of steam.

obrazovanie11We are now adressing you on behalf of Belarusian independent student organisations: “Belarusian Student Association” (BSA), “The Brotherhood of Student Organizations of Self-Governance” (BOSS), “Center for Development of Students’ Initiatives” (CDSI) and “Students’ Council”, together with the group of student activists who speak against introducing a fee for retaking exams and failed credits.