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I-061418
Reference: I-061418
Date: 30/04/2009
Duration: 00:01

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Reference: I-061409
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 02:27

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Reference: I-061408
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 03:25

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Reference: I-061405
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 00:01

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Reference: I-061407
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 02:45

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Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 02:18

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6th Bologna Ministerial Conference
Together with Ondřej Liška, Czech Minister for Education and President in office of the Council, Ján Figel’, Member of the EC in charge of Education, Training, Culture and Youth, participated in the final press conference of the 6th conference of European ministers responsible for higher education.Ten years after the historical Bologna Declaration that structurally reshaped European higher education, the 6th Bologna Ministerial Conference took place in Leuven and Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium).The overarching aim of the Bologna Process was to create a European Higher Education Area (EHEA) based on international cooperation and academic exchange that would be attractive to European students and staff as well as to students and staff from other parts of the world.The envisaged European Higher Education Area should facilitate mobility of students, graduates and higher education staff; prepare students for their future careers and for life as active citizens in democratic societies, and support their personal development; offer broad access to high-quality higher education, based on democratic principles and academic freedom. An increasing number of countries around the world had shown their interest to be involved in a dialogue with the countries participating in the Bologna Process on how worldwide cooperation in higher education could be enhanced. There was also growing interest among European countries to develop closer links with higher education systems around the world. Therefore, for the first time, a Bologna Policy Forum was organised between Ministers of the 46 Bologna countries and colleagues from different parts of the world to facilitate global dialogue. The Bologna Process was named after the Bologna Declaration, which was signed in the Italian city of Bologna on 19 June 1999 by ministers in charge of higher education from 29 European countries. The Process unites 46 countries - all party to the European cultural convention and committed to the goals of the European higher education area. The Bologna Process involves the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO-CEPES, as well as representatives of higher education institutions, students, staff, employers and quality assurance agencies.
Reference: I-061404
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 02:55

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Reference: I-061401
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 00:01

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Reference: I-061403
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 01:20

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Reference: I-061398
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 00:01

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Reference: I-061400
Date: 29/04/2009
Duration: 00:01

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Date: 29/04/2009
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