Strengthening the civic roles and social responsibilities of higher education: Building a global network: A Report on the Talloires Conference 2005
The Talloires Conference, held in Talloires, France in September 2005, was the first international meeting of heads of universities committed to strengthening the civic roles and social responsibilities of higher education. This report outlines the three-day conference, which addressed topics such as civic engagement as a global movement, civic engagement in public policy and higher education, placing civic engagement at the center of institutions, and how to create a global network of leaders in civic engagement. This report also includes the Talloires Declaration on Civic Engagement, which aims to set high standards for universities to be civically engaged and to design proposals on ways that universities can increase their positive impact on society.
Perold, H. (2005). Strengthening the civic roles and social responsibilities of higher education: Building a global network: A Report on the Talloires Conference 2005, Tufts University.
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