EERA supports an international coalition who wants to halt the adoption of harmful provisions found in the current draft of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, and certain amendments, which could threaten Open Access and Open Science
- 22.2.2018 -
Since 2010 EERA has financially supported various projects (e.g. seminars & meetings) and season schools for emerging researchers, all organised by EERA networks. Now EERA is again inviting project proposals.
Submissions are to be handed in to EERA office by 15 May.
The central message of the response of the EERA to the #FP9 consultations is that EERA is happy with the inclusion of a recommendation about education and the emerging consensus of the necessity to use the Programme to enhance the social aspect of Europe in the coming years. EERA further welcomes the initiative by EASSH to develop a common platform to bring the insights and concerns of the broad community of social science and humanities (SSH) researchers to the Commission.
- 10.2.2018 -
Over 500 students from 70 countries paricipated in the 8 editions of the EERA summer school in educational research. EERA is now looking for a partner to host the 2020 and 2021 edition of the school. Would you and your institution be willing to join us in this endeavour?
EERA is pleased to present its newest network, NW 33. Gender and Education. The main objective of the Network is to strengthen the collaboration and enhance sharing of the research experience across different disciplines in order to improve the quality of the research and to acquire a transnational, more holistic approach and comprehensive view on gender and gender equality in education within Europe and globally.
EERA congratulates Em. Prof. Dr. Karen Evans for having been awarded the "European Vocational Educational Training and Researcher Award" during the European Vocational Skills Week 2017, taking place in November in Brussel.
The central message of the response of the European Educational Research Association (EERA) to the High Level Group’s recommendations is that EERA is happy with the inclusion of the third recommendation about education. However, we consider that the background of this recommendation is too limited and that, unfortunately, the vital role of educational research for improving education and society has been ignored. We believe an opportunity is being missed to incorporate within the 9th Framework the role of education and educational research as a critical source of solutions for the great societal challenges of our times; (youth) unemployment, migration, terrorism, (social) inequalities, and political extremism.
- 26.10.2017 -