The Foundation university Kurt Bosch (IUKB) located in Sion in the canton of Valais ( Switzerland ), was founded in 1989 . Recognized by the Swiss Confederation as a university institute, the IUKB Foundation has developed interdisciplinary teaching and research activities from 1992 to 2014. At 1st January 2015 after an exceptional process initiated by the State Secretariat for education, research and innovation, the Foundation has changed its goals, field of activity and name. Scientific activities have been transferred, together with related staff, to the field of Tourism at the University of Lausanne and to the field of Children’s Rights at the University of Geneva. Since then, the Kurt Bösch University Foundation has provided the two Swiss universities, which have set up branches or campuses on the Sion site, the necessary infrastructure to maintain, organize and develop teaching, research and teaching activities. In the European reference framework used in particular for the indicators of the EU2020 strategy, early school leaving is measured by the proportion of young people between the ages of 18 and 24 who did not attend regular education or outside the education system. Regular education and whose level of education does not exceed lower secondary education. In 2015, 13% of young people have left school prematurely, Wallonia is in a worse position than Flanders (7%) and the European Union of 28 as a whole (11%), But remains below the rate observed for the Brussels-Capital Region (16% in 2015). The general trend is decreasing in Wallonia, as in other regions, with the Walloon rate rising from 16% in 2002 to 13% in 2015. However, it is still above the Belgian target of 9.5% set in The framework of the EU2020 strategy. Belgium, taken as a whole, is approaching this target with a rate of 10%. Early school leavers are more frequent among boys than among girls. In Wallonia, in 2015, it concerned 15% of boys aged 18-24 and 11% of girls. This is evident in the other two regions and in the European Union as a whole, but in comparison with the other two regions, the difference between men and women seems to be greatest in Wallonia. The decree of 14 December 2003 establishing the Walloon Institute for Evaluation, Foresight and Statistics also established the Walloon Council for Evaluation, Foresight and Statistics, whose missions are as follows: • The Council shall render to the Government an opinion on the Institutes multiannual program of work and on the annual report of the Institute. • The Council shall, on its own initiative or upon request, make recommendations to the Government on statistics, evaluation, strategic advice and foresight. • The Council shall provide advice and scientific assistance to the Institute.