The European Educational Research Space

Is there an Emerging European Education Research Space? EERA uses this idea to describe the transnational place of work today in educational research, with its networks, policies, integrating functions and performance and mobility data. Three speakers will offer their perceptions on the emergence of this space.

Chair: Martin Lawn, EERJ Editor

Anders Hingel
European Commission, DG Education and Culture
Development of Educational Policies Unit, Brussels

Barry McGaw
Deputy Directior for Education in the Directorate for Education,
Employment, Labour an Social Affairs, OECD Paris

Goran Therborn
Director of the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

NEWS

The European Alliance for SSH has compared the first two reports that the European Commission published analysing the integration of SSH in the the Leadership Programme and in the Societal Challenge.

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The EUROPEAN COMMISSION has sent a first response to the EuroScience Open Letter "European science organisations: maintain transparency, open communication and mobility of scholars and scientists".

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EERA e.V. would like to express its support for the EuroScience Press Release: Open Letter on recent developments in science in the US.

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EERAs Polish Member Association has done a film to celebrate the 35 Anniversary of the association. Tune in for learning more on the Polish Educational Research Association.

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The European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities (EASSH) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the consultation on the Ad-interim Review of Horizon 2020.

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Prof Martin Mulder, Honorary Member of VETNET received "European Vocational Educational Training and Researcher Award"

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EERA's Executive Committee would like to highlight the statement of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) addressing the electoral and postelectoral climate in the USA and to draw attention to their series of livestream video lectures.

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Bratislava Paper: EASSH published paper on "The Future of European Knowledge and the Role of Social Sciences and Humanities Research"

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The executive board of EERA as a learned society in educational research is deeply concerned about recent reports of infringements of academic freedom in Turkey, in particular in the aftermath of the recent attempt at a coup d’état.

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Weekly seminar "Fresh Ed"
The "Globalization and Education Special Interest Group" (SIG) of the "Comparative and International Education Society" produces a weekly webinar discussing current literature in educational research.

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