EU tackles mobility hurdles after treaty pledge

June 27, 1997

European education ministers were debating this week how to overcome obstacles to staff and student mobility at the European Union's education council in Luxembourg. Jo Ritzen, minister of education, culture and science for the Netherlands, which holds the EU presidency, hoped member states would give greater priority to mobility following a pledge in the new EU Treaty of Amsterdam to develop wider access to education .

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