ISSUE 04 | 08 MAY 2019
The countdown has started for the 7th ASEF Rectors’ Conference! Here are our final practical updates on your travel preparations for Bucharest, including airport pick-up and registration on site. Please take again a close look at thePractical Information Booklet before your departure.
We are proud to share the draft ARC7 Policy Recommendations prepared by our Partners – EUA, IAU, AUN – for your early reference. We welcome your thoughts and inputs and hope that you will help us shaping the document during the working group discussions at ARC7.
For any further question, please reach out to us via email (email@example.com) or have a look at our previous eBulletins.
Airport Shuttle Meeting Point
Those arriving between 10-13 May and wish to use the shuttle service running from 7.00AM to 23.00PM, please look out for SNSPA students upon exiting the baggage claim area in the arrival hall near Segafredo Coffee Shop.
We hope most of you will register on Sunday, 12 May 2019 between 5-7PM before the Welcome Reception in InterContinental Hotel. This will help us to start the conference on time on Monday morning. Other registration opportunities are listed in the Practical Information Booklet.
Keep your passport with you
Thanks to our local partners ARC7 will be hosted in the Palace of the Parliament of Bucharest. For security reasons participants have to bring their passports and their registration badges every day.
If you wish to learn more about the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) process, we recommend to read this brochure which explains how this informal platform for political dialogue and cooperation between Asia and Europe works.
Universities’ Social Responsibility in Internationalisation
SDG Guide for Universities
The Australian/Pacific Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) published a guide on the key roles of universities and the academic sector in contributing to the SDGs and vice versa. It provides practical guidance on how to get started with deepening contributions.
Recommendations on Inclusive Mobility
The Role of Universities in Regional Innovation Ecosystems
Approaches to SDG 17 Partnerships for SDGs
Voices of #ARC7
Interview with Dr Vilalta
Dr Vilalta is the Executive Secretary of the Catalan Association of Public Universities (ACUP) and the Director of the Global University Network for Innovation (GUNI), formed by UNESCO and the ACUP.
GUNI is an international network currently composed of 227 members from 80 countries, which include the UNESCO Chairs, higher education institutions, research centers and networks related to innovation and the social commitment of higher education.
During ARC7, Dr Vilalta is designing a Debate Session titled “Partnerships are crucial for achieving the SDGs: Should universities play a managerial or a participatory role?”.