The Hague Declaration: Establishing MOOCs as a tool for societal change
The Hague Declaration is one of the final results of the MOONLITE project that has focused on a range of topics relating to the ways in which MOOCs can support refugees (and other vulnerable groups), migrants and students in their access to higher education and employment. This support can take the shape of different complementary learning pathways and scenarios that have been explored and analysed by the project partners in their respective HEIs (Higher Education Institutions).
The presentation of this document corresponds with the last project multiplier event held in The Hague. This declaration moves beyond this specific area of focus of the project, on supporting refugees, migrants and students to consider broader questions related to the role of MOOCs for social inclusion and societal change. MOOCs have a real potential for social change and contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals intended to be achieved by 2030.