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The challenges facing universities in a new social, economic and cultural context. How to respond?


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  1. 1. the challenges facing universities in a new social, economic and cultural context Sijbolt Noorda former president Magna Charta Observatory president emeritus Universiteit van Amsterdam Seminario CUIMPB, Barcelona 2022 1 how to respond? ¿Cómo transformar las instituciones universitarias para construir sociedades democráticas, de progreso y sostenibles?
  2. 2. how to respond? rethinking the university an academic community for a social purpose 2
  3. 3. changing circumstances in view of changing circumstances, we ought to regularly monitor our performance and profile as well as the dynamics of needs and issues of the world we are serving 3
  4. 4. some major trends (1) after a longer period of increasing international mindedness we are now living in times of nationalist revivals 4
  5. 5. some major trends (2) many societies are showing increasing signs of fragmentation rather than cohesion challenging our public missions and the public good 5
  6. 6. some major trends (3) while the need to jointly find interrelated approaches to global challenges remains urgent we are seeing protectionism prosper rather than internationalism 6
  7. 7. how to respond? (1) universities should engage in serious monitoring these changes and their impact on universities which should include serious self-reflection 7
  8. 8. how to respond? (2) universities as communities of openness and tolerance at the same time, a good model (a lighthouse) to the outside world 8
  9. 9. how to respond? (3) the right choice of programmes and partnerships made as a community, overcoming individualistic and fragmented career-driven practices 9
  10. 10. in conclusion universities do not exist for themselves they should be academic communities, for a social purpose 10
  11. 11. Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 (1) “Universities acknowledge that they have a responsibility to engage with and respond to the aspirations and challenges of the world and to the communities they serve, to benefit humanity and contribute to sustainability.” 11
  12. 12. Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 (2) “Universities have a civic role and responsibility. They are part of global, collegial networks of scientific enquiry and scholarship, building on shared bodies of knowledge and contributing to their further development. They also are embedded in local cultures and crucially relevant to their future and enrichment. While they are immersed in and connected with global developments, they engage fully with and assume leading roles in local communities and ecosystems.” 12
  13. 13. Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 (3) “By signing the Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 universities declare their commitment to the original declaration and to upholding and advancing the Principles, Values and Responsibilities stated above, to strengthen the role of universities in the preservation of the planet and promoting health, prosperity and enlightenment around the world.” 13

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The challenges facing universities in a new social, economic and cultural context. How to respond?


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  1. 1. the challenges facing universities in a new social, economic and cultural context Sijbolt Noorda former president Magna Charta Observatory president emeritus Universiteit van Amsterdam Seminario CUIMPB, Barcelona 2022 1 how to respond? ¿Cómo transformar las instituciones universitarias para construir sociedades democráticas, de progreso y sostenibles?
  2. 2. how to respond? rethinking the university an academic community for a social purpose 2
  3. 3. changing circumstances in view of changing circumstances, we ought to regularly monitor our performance and profile as well as the dynamics of needs and issues of the world we are serving 3
  4. 4. some major trends (1) after a longer period of increasing international mindedness we are now living in times of nationalist revivals 4
  5. 5. some major trends (2) many societies are showing increasing signs of fragmentation rather than cohesion challenging our public missions and the public good 5
  6. 6. some major trends (3) while the need to jointly find interrelated approaches to global challenges remains urgent we are seeing protectionism prosper rather than internationalism 6
  7. 7. how to respond? (1) universities should engage in serious monitoring these changes and their impact on universities which should include serious self-reflection 7
  8. 8. how to respond? (2) universities as communities of openness and tolerance at the same time, a good model (a lighthouse) to the outside world 8
  9. 9. how to respond? (3) the right choice of programmes and partnerships made as a community, overcoming individualistic and fragmented career-driven practices 9
  10. 10. in conclusion universities do not exist for themselves they should be academic communities, for a social purpose 10
  11. 11. Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 (1) “Universities acknowledge that they have a responsibility to engage with and respond to the aspirations and challenges of the world and to the communities they serve, to benefit humanity and contribute to sustainability.” 11
  12. 12. Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 (2) “Universities have a civic role and responsibility. They are part of global, collegial networks of scientific enquiry and scholarship, building on shared bodies of knowledge and contributing to their further development. They also are embedded in local cultures and crucially relevant to their future and enrichment. While they are immersed in and connected with global developments, they engage fully with and assume leading roles in local communities and ecosystems.” 12
  13. 13. Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 (3) “By signing the Magna Charta Universitatum 2020 universities declare their commitment to the original declaration and to upholding and advancing the Principles, Values and Responsibilities stated above, to strengthen the role of universities in the preservation of the planet and promoting health, prosperity and enlightenment around the world.” 13

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