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Activism Monitor

The activism monitor is a tool to yearly map the student activities in Enschede. The results of this monitor can be found on this page.

Results 2021

In 2021 the Activism Monitor has been completely revamped. In previous years the Student Union published a report based on the results of the survey. However, this year and from now on, the Activism Monitor has been transformed into an interactive dashboard that you can use yourself! This dashboard, made by PIP Advice, allows you to look through the many topics that were investigated, apply your own filters and look closer into the different sectors.

This edition of the Activism Monitor was filled in by 73 student organisations, which is a slight decrease in overall responses compared to last year, but this still provides more than enough data to be able to give a good idea of the current student Activism in Enschede and to draw some interesting conclusions.

From the results of the survey, it has become clear that the proportions of active members within associations have remained stable. It seems that committees are currently mostly being filled with students that are third years or older, although this distribution differs significantly between the different sectors. Most respondents noted that there was no significant influence of Covid-19 on the amount of activism, although the study sector seems to have had the most negative impact of Covid-19 on their activism.

But how are these conclusions relevant to you? Have a look at the overall results and compare this to your own organisation. By doing this, you might find certain results that are striking to you, in which you as an organisation differ from the overall results. See whether you can get advice from other organisations or whether you might be able to give advice to other organisations. By doing this, we hope that all of us can make the active student community even better! Please note, that all organisations have individual goals and characteristics, so differences don’t directly imply that something should be changed.