Please join this online meeting to share your experience and your views…

Aim of meeting: gather views from DeMontfort Students Union (DSU) staff and DMU students on how course rep and feedback processes could or do address Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

This is part of the national project “ESD and Academic Quality” which DMU is leading which will influence UK-wide guidance on how students’ participation and course approval and review processes can be enhanced to address sustainable development issues.

Timing: 11am to 12pm, online on Teams: Click here to join the meeting

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Information and Consent: We will capture anonymised notes from the discussion to use as evidence for our collaborative research please use the consent form and survey here to read more and provide your agreement: 


Further Background: What is ESD? Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) supports learners across all academic disciplines and subject areas to create and pursue visions of a better world. A world that recognises the interdependence of environmental integrity, social justice and economic prosperity, while acknowledging that environmental resources are finite and provide the foundation for our society and economy. ESD develops competencies – skills, attributes and values – and how they link to subject knowledge and knowledge of sustainable development. This is a key priority for students and young people. Longitudinal survey data from Students Organising for Sustainability (UK) highlights that 80% of UK students want their institutions to be doing more on sustainability and the majority want to learn more about it.

Project Background:

This session is part of a Collaborative Enhancement Project supported and funded by QAA Membership. The project is led by De Montfort University in partnership with Cardiff University, Coventry University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Students Organising for Sustainability (UK), University of Bath, University of Derby, University of Exeter, University of Leicester, University of Strathclyde, University of Winchester, University of Worcester. Find out more about Collaborative Enhancement Projects on the QAA website.