Survey on service-learning policymaking at the European level - National service-learning networks - Member States

EASLHE is running a consultation process as part of the work to develop a Green Paper for the institutionalisation of service-learning (SL) in European higher education, within the project "Service-Learning to embed real democracy and civic engagement in European higher education". For that reason and based on your experience, we would like to ask you which of the following policy recommendations, described in EASLHE Policy Brief, are particularly relevant for you. After collecting this data, you might be invited to participate in a webinar for further discussion on them. We appreciate your collaboration, European Association of Service-Learning in Higher Education European Observatory of Service-Learning in Higher Education

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1. Advocate Service-Learning at the national level to build private-public partnerships in support of Service-Learning as a tool for building common bonds.*
2 - Call on relevant professional organizations, private foundations, community organizations, educational centres to include Service-Learning in their agenda.*
3 - Advocate Service-Learning as an integrative strategy for grounding civic education, civic engagement, and a sense of social connection with others.*
4 - Undertake a national Service-Learning strategy to promote and distribute the most up-to-date guidelines and best practices about Service-Learning to every HEI.*
5 - Improve the existing infrastructure for providing technical assistance and professional development of teachers, staff, and administrators.*
6 - Appoint a specialist in Service-Learning and pursue Service-Learning initiatives.*
7 - Appoint a national Service-Learning Committee in order to formulate, review, and recommend general HE curriculum and operational guidelines as they relate to internships, scholarships, mobility, and Service-Learning experiences.*
8 - Integrate Service-Learning and civic engagement in the accreditation processes of academic staff and HEIs.*

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