The 41 European University Alliances call for the restoration of peace, democracy and respect of human rights in Ukrania￼￼
|03 Mar 2022
|03 Mar 2022
The 41 European University Alliances have jointly issued a statement on the conflict situation in Ukraine, showing their solidarity with the Ukrainian people and calling for the restoration of peace, democracy and respect of human rights in Ukraine:
“We, the 41 Alliances of European Universities, representing about 300 European Higher Education institutions, stand together and send our strongest solidarity to the Ukrainian people after the Russian Government’s attack. We also strongly condemn the bombardment of Kharkiv National University. Our Alliances have been built on a shared vision of a welcoming and peaceful Europe: we urge all stakeholders to restore peace, democracy and respect of human rights in Ukraine.
Many of our Alliances have partners located in Ukraine’s regions: they have started to host Ukrainian refugees, including members of the Ukrainian academic community. In solidarity, other Alliances’ partners are setting up mechanisms to support them (fundraising, supply of basic goods, scholarships, etc.).
True to the European values of human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, rule of law, and human rights, our Alliances will remain inclusive to all students and academics and will continue to provide support to all who are affected by this tragic situation”.