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The main purpose of the Observatory on Academic and Scientific Mobility (OBSMAC) is to become a virtual reference space, an information structure for decision making and a mechanism to alert and keep vigil over the changes that affect student and professional migration. It was born as a response to the need that exists in the region to organize the available data regarding departure programs for graduate students, the return of highly-skilled personnel to their countries of origin and the circulation of skills. All of this  emerged as consequence to the multiplication of actors involved in this class of initiatives: institutions, governments and civil society, countries of origin and reception, international bodies and networks.

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Noticias Movilidades Académicas y Científicas

December 2017, UNESCO-IESALC Projections Bulletin

December 2017, UNESCO-IESALC Projections Bulletin

*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*   To UNESCO-IESALC, 2018 will represent a year of greater commitment to higher education in Latin America and the Caribbean. It will be a special year because the III Regional Conference on Higher Education...

The CRES 2018 establishes inter-culturalization of higher education as one of its challenges

The CRES 2018 establishes inter-culturalization of higher education as one of its challenges

On November 24th, 2017, the International Forum on Indigenous and Afro-descendant Peoples and Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean: towards the Inter-culturalization of Higher Education was held at the Centro Internacional de Estudios Superiores de Comunicación para América Latina...

The Twelfth Ordinary Session of the UNESCO-IIHELAC Administration Council successfully finishes in Guatemala

The Twelfth Ordinary Session of the UNESCO-IIHELAC Administration Council successfully finishes in Guatemala

The Twelfth Ordinary Session of the UNESCO’s International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (UNESCO-IIHELAC) Administration Council was held at the Hotel Museo Casa Santo Domingo in the city of Antigua in the Republic of Guatemala,...

Science, technology and innovation are recognized in Quito as fundamental axes of CRES 2018

Science, technology and innovation are recognized in Quito as fundamental axes of CRES 2018

The Regional Preparatory Meeting (RPM) on the thematic axis related to science, technology and innovation of the III Regional Conference of Higher Education 2018 (CRES 2018 in Spanish) proclaimed in Ecuador, on November 17th the Declaration of Quito on Science...

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