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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President

The Belarusian Independent Bologna Committee and the Ad Hoc Commission of the Belarusian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum prepared the second report on the Roadmap implementation for the period from January to June 2016.

Belarusian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) and the EaP CSF Steering Committee propose to the Advisory Group “Support for the Belarus Roadmap” to create conditions under which the Belarus higher education system will comply with the EHEA academic freedom and academic autonomy principles.

Increasing the public participation in the university's governance is the one of the key element of the higher education transformations in the Eastern Europe. Ukraine and Moldova have achieved essential progress in seeking for university autonomy and public participation in higher education sector, the implementation of the common European Higher Education Area principles in Belarus is of the far perspective.

Forcing students to work during educational process is considered a force labor. Students’ drawing into any types of work during their study term is unlawful independently of students’ and their parents’ consent because this is happening during study process and is not envisaged by the educational program.

The second application of the Ministry of Education of Belarus to accede to the EHEA is indicative of the interest of the Belarusian party, academic community, and majority of the Belarusian general public in integration of this country’s higher education system in the European Higher Education Area.