BFUGBologna Follow-Up Group
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Third, the ministers give directives to BFUG to follow up by holding workshops, for example, not only in order to disseminate ideas, receive input, provide a venue for "peer learning," share best practices or cases of success, but also to operationalize the endorsed objectives and develop indicators for them.
2) Note that when Education International's Pan-European Structure (the only organization within Bologna representing faculty members in some way) was admitted to the Process and to BFUG as a consultative member, it was apparently acknowledged solely as an employee counterpart to employers (its labour role).
3) BFUG has a board representing both EU and non-EU countries, which meets once before each BFUG meeting.