Education Systems International
Keyword from Index: European association
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1 - The results promides by Open Educational Resources are yet to be proven (European EdTech Alliance, 2022)
A critical position paper on Opn Educational Resources, published by the European EdTech Alliance in 2022. "he European Edtech Alliance (EEA) is a consortium of national trade associations and clusters working with founders and providers of education technology (Edtech) (...)". It was founded in 2019. [Abstract: Site editor\'s information supplemented by the editors of [...]
Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe
Europe; Poland; Germany
Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe is a polish nonprofit NGO that was founded in 1990. Its founders were Poles and Germans, protestant or catholic, who wanted to overcome the division of the european continent, as it had developed after WWII. It was important for them to create a public space, in which european relations could develop based on mutual [...]
3 - European Citizen Science Association (ECSA)
The European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) is a non-profit association which aims to encourage the growth of citizen science in Europe, and to support the participation of the general public in research processes.
ECSA’s mission is to connect citizens and science; to promote sustainable development through citizen science; and to ensure that citizen science [...]
4 - International Association for Christian Education / Internationaler Verband für Christliche Erziehung und Bildung
The international Association for Christian Education is an organization of associations from different countries in Europe with the aim to support the Christian Education in privat school as in schools under public law and to save the human values of Christian Education.
5 - Academic Network of European Disability experts (ANED)
"[ANED] was created by the European Commission in December 2007.DOTCOM: the Disability Online Tool of the Commission [...] to support policy development in collaboration with the Commission\'s Disability Unit. Its philosophy and aims support the objectives of European disability policy towards the goal of full participation and equal opportunities for all disabled [...]
ETNOEDU - Mailing List of the Société Européenne d’Ethnographie de l’Éducation (SEEE)
There is no obvious mention of the link of this mailinglist to the SEEE. The only link that was drawn can be found in the article by the SEEE president, who mentions the mailing list and its origin in Spain. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]
7 - Société européenne d’ethnographie de l’éducation (SEEE)
Portugal; Spain; Germany; France; Belgium; Ireland; Italy; Norway; Switzerland; Australia; Mexico; Morocco; Brazil; Europe; international
SEEE (European Society for Ethnography of Education) is almost non-existent on the web. However, this article by the president of the society outlines the creation, the objectives and held conferences and informs about their Revue de la Société Européenne d\'Ethnographie de l\'Education (REEE). SEEE also uses a mailing list called ETNOEDU. The article appeared in: [...]
8 - European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA)
ESREA promotes and disseminates theorectial and empirical research on the education of adults and adult learning in Europe through research networks, conferences and publications. Active members come from most part of Europe. The secretariat of ESREA is located at the department of behavioural sciences and learning at Linköping University in Sweden. ESREA is in legal terms a [...]
9 - European Universities Public Relations and Information Officers (EUPRIO)
The aims of EUPRIO are to promote an exchange of ideas and techniques amongst its members in the field of higher education public relations and information, to create a network to assist members in their tasks as professional public relations and information officers within their institutions and to support all its members to achieve excellence in their work.
10 - European Prison Education Association (EPEA)
The European Prison Education Association is an organisation made up of prison educators, administrators, governors, researchers and other professionals whose interests lie in promoting and developing education and related activities in prisons throughout Europe in accordance with the recommendations of the Council of Europe. EPEA is recognised by the Council of Europe as a [...]
11 - Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE)
Established in 1954, CIFE is a private non-profit-making international organisation which includes several European studies courses as well as conferences, seminars and publications. The programmes of the Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE) encompass educational and research activities concerning European integration, federalism, regionalism and changes within [...]
12 - Evaluation and Accreditation of Quality in Language Services (EAQUALS)
EAQUALS is a pan-European association of providers of language courses. All members are committed to a quality standard. The association was founded in 1991.
13 - European Council for Student Affairs (ECStA)
The European Council for Student Affairs (ECStA) is an independent and autonomous umbrella organization aiming to promote the social infrastructure at all higher education insitutions of Europe. The ECStA is in particular promoting the cooperation between organizations responsible for this sector within Europe aiming to increase the understanding of the differences regarding [...]
14 - European Early Childhood Research Association (EECERA)
EECERA is an international organisation dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of research in Early Childhood Education throughout Europe and beyond.
EUROLINK - House of Europe
The foundation EUROLINK - House of Europe Romania was created in march 1997. This organisation was founded due to the cooperation of experts, intellectuals, journalists and Romanian students. The task of the foundation is the support and the dissemination of the so called European Idea. It aims for a united Europe and for a new safety system. Because of this, House of Europe [...]
16 - The European Mathematical Society (EMS)
The European Mathematical Society (EMS)\'s membership consists of all mathematical societies in Europe and about 2000 individual members who joined through their national societies. The purpose of the Society is to further the development of all aspects of mathematics in the countries of Europe. The Society aims to promote research in mathematics and its applications. It will [...]
17 - Formation d´Educateurs Sociaux Européens / European Social Educator Training (FESET)
FESET (Formation d\'Educateurs Sociaux Européens / European Social Educator Training) is a European association of training centres for socio-educational care work. Besides promoting the education and training for socio-educational purposes, its aims are to participate in programmes of European bodies and to ensure that the training centres be represented at the institutions [...]
18 - The European Association of Schools of Social Work (EASSW)
The EASSW unites about 300 different schools, universities and institutions supporting social work education. Its mission is to promote social development and to develop high quality education and knowledge for social work practice, services and social welfare policies in Europe.The Association represents the interest of social work education on the European level, it [...]
19 - The European Dyslexia Association (eda)
The website of the EDA offers general information concerning dyslexia in Europe and beyond. The EDA represents the aim of a better support of dyslexic people and the promotion of the cooperation between parents, teachers and other professionals. Additionally, the EDA offers access to the websites of the effective national and adherent members and informs about conferences and [...]
20 - European Centre Community Education (ECCE)
ECCE aims to support activities in the sense of "community education" as well as to sensitize young people for intercultural understanding. For this purpose multicultural exchange programmes are suggested, developed and supported, intercultural learning possibilities for specialists in community education are created and networks for the exchange of information in this area [...]
21 - European Cooperation in Science and Technology [COST]
COST is an intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and Technology, allowing the coordination of nationally- funded research on a European level. COST contributes to reducing the fragmentation in European research investments and opening the European Research Area to cooperation worldwide. The goal of COST is to ensure that Europe holds a strong position [...]
22 - Education Exchanges Support Foundation
The Foundation supports activities within the EU Lifelong Learning programme (2007-2013), thus acting as a national information and counselling agency for the EU education and science exchange programmes (Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus Mundus, Comenius). It further provides information on Lithuania and on English language study programmes.
23 - Netherlands National Agency For Lifelong learning/Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
The national agency in the Netherlands for the EU programme for Lifelong Learning co-ordinates projects and provides current information on ongoing activities.
24 - Foundation for the Development of Education System Poland/Nationale Agentur: Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
This is the national contact point in Poland for the EU programme for Lifelong Learning (2007-2013) providing information and counselling as regards Erasmus, Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci, the European Language Label etc.
25 - SAAIC - National Agency of the Lifelong Learning Programme
The National Agency is responsible for implementation of the Lifelong Learning Programme in Slovakia. The programme aims to support Member States' policies on lifelong learning, education and vocational education and training.
26 - CMEPIUS - Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes/Natiiionale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
This agenc in Slovenia acts as a contact point for the EU programmes forLifelong Learning (2007-2013): Comenius, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus, Grundtvig.
27 - Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education - Senter for Internasjonalisering av utdanning - SIU/Norwegen
The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education ( SIU) is a public Norwegian agency that promotes international cooperation in education and research.
28 - Agentia Nationala pentru Programe Comunitare in Domeniul Educatiei si Formarii Profesionale (ANPCDEFP]
This national contact point in Rumania provides and disseminates information and documentation on the EU programme for Lifelong Learning (2007-2013).
29 - Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) - Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
The national agency and contact point for programmes and projects conducted within the EU programme for Liflong Learning (2007-2013) in Bulgaria . It supports networking activities at home and abroad, including EUROPASS and EUROGUIDANCE activities
30 - National Agency for European Educational Programmes - Centre for International Services/Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
The National Agency for European Educational Programmes (NAEP) was established by the Czech Ministry of Education in 2007 as a part of Centre for International Services MoEYS. NAEP is a successor of the Socrates and Leonardo da Vinci National Agencies and it is responsible for implementation of the Lifelong Learning Programme and other educational programmes in the Czech [...]
31 - Cirius - Agency for information about education and training in Denmark/Nationale Agentur -Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
Cirius is a national agency responsible for Danish cooperation in the area of EU education programmes, such as the programme for lifelong learning. It supports networking activities, and provides consultation and information services, e.g. for students from abroad, regarding grants and the recognition of qualifications.
32 - Centre for Educational Programmes, Archimedes Foundation /Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
This national agency was founded to support projects within the EU education programme for lifelong learning (2007-2013), providing counselling and information for networking activities.
33 - Centre for International Mobility/Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
National agency for coordinating information and advice regarding projects within the EU programme for Lifelong Lerning (2007-2013). The English language website also provides information for young people interested in exchange programmes and studying in Finland.
34 - Agence Europe Education Formation France
Within the framework of the EU programme for Lifelong Learning, the national agency in France supports projects by providing information and counselling and networking services.
Icelandic Lifelong Learning Programme National Agency
The Icelandic national agency provides information, counselling and networking services within the EU programme for Lifelong Learning ( 2007-2013).
36 - Agenzia Nazionale Lifelong Learning Programm (LLP)
This national agency for lifelong learning was founded as a national contact point within the EU programme for Lifelong Learning (2007-2013). It provides information and counselling on EU funding opportunities, exchange programmes (Comenius, Erasmus, Leonardo, Grundtvig, Trasversale, Jean Monnet) and lifelong learning in Italy.
37 - Latvian Academic Programmes Agency/Akademisko programmu agent?ra - APA (Comenius, Erasmus, Grundtvig, Study visits)/Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
State Agency "Academic Programme Agency" (APA) is submitted to the Ministry of Education and Science. Its main mission is to promote the implementation of European Union education programmes and other national and international education development projects. The main objective of the APA activities is to support the integration of Latvia in the common European education area [...]
38 - alsts izgl?t?bas att?st?bas a?ent?ra - VIAA (Leonardo da Vinci)/State Education Development Agency
State Education Development Agency (VIAA) has been established in order to implement national policy in the area of initial and further education, undertake the implementation and monitoring of projects financed by EU Structural Funds, as well as provide for the administration of EU Programmes and other financial instruments, projects and initiatives. VIAA functions as an [...]
39 - National Agency for Lifelong Learning Belgium (Flemish)/Nationale Agentur - Europa, allgemeine und berufliche Bildung
The National Agency in the Flemish-speaking area of Belgium is commissioned to co-ordinate programmes and projects, provide information and counselling regarding the EU Programme for Lifelong Learning (2007-2013), at home and with partners abroad.
40 - Agence Francophone pour l`Education et la Formation tout au long de la vie
Within the framework of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme (2007- 2013), the national agency in the French-speaking community of Belgium acts as a partner, providing information and counselling regarding projects, networking and the co-operation with partners at home and abroad.
41 - Nationale Agentur Lebenslanges Lernen: Österreich
The national agency for lifelong learning in general and vocational education has been active since 1995 as a partner for initiating and promoting projects within the EU funding programmes for education. The organisation that was in charge of the national agencies for Leonardo da Vinci and Sokrates has also been commissioned as national agency for the new EU programme of [...]
42 - European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) manages funding for education, culture, audiovisual, sport, citizenship and volunteering. EACEA manages most parts of the following EU funding programmes, in close cooperation with other Commission departments: Creative Europe, Erasmus+, European Solidarity Corps, Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values. EACEA continues [...]
43 - European Network on Teacher Education Policies (ENTEP)
ENTEP exists to promote co-operation among European Union Member States regarding their teacher education policies in relation to initial, in- service and continuous professional development programmes, in order to: Develop opportunities to learn from each other by analysing and comparing policies and issues, as well as by sharing good practices; Promote the discussion and [...]
44 - European Network for Improving Research and Development in Educational Leadership and Management (ENIRDELM)
ENIRDELM is both a horizontal (many nations) and vertical (multiple- roles and levels) network which brings together school leaders, educational administrators, trainers, researchers and consultants in the field of educational leadership and management. Its members engage in organised networking (annual conference in September, web-site, joint research and development [...]
45 - Hospital Organisation of Pedagogues in Europe (HOPE)
HOPE is an international NGO which brings together teachers working with children and young people with medical needs all over Europe. The main aim is to ensure that every young person with an illness receives an education that is comprehensive, of the highest quality and covers all their individual needs. Hope carries out its\' work through a variety of activities, seminars, [...]
46 - EENet online the European Experts' Network for Education and Technology
The new information and communication technologies ( ICT) change the ways our society creates, stores, manages and disseminates information. The radical shift from the industrial to the information or knowledge society affects all fields of life. As an integral part of our society, the education system is facing new challenges. The relation between education and ICT plays a [...]
47 - Bildungsökonomik in Europa
www.education-economics.org is a forum to promote and disseminate research on the Economics of Education in Europe, provided by the European Expert Network on Economics of Education (EENEE). You will find detailed information by following the links of the menu on the left. EENEE is an EU Think Tank sponsored by the European Commission, Directorate General for Education and [...]
48 - European Network for Education Research on Assessment, Effectiveness and Innovation
This page provides information on the development and the key results of the European Network for Education Research on Assessment, Effectiveness and Innovation (EU-AEI). Das EU-AEI had been developed in the framework of the Socio Economic Research 1996 and submitted in 1998 a full report which can be found on this page. The network's mission was to set up a European [...]
49 - Diversity in Early Childhood Education and Training (DECET)
DECET brings together a network of European organizations and projects with common goals about valuing diversity in early childhood education and training. The network aims at promoting and studying democratic child care, acknowledging the multiple (cultural and other) identities of children and families. General orientation for the activities of this network is the UN [...]
50 - European Network of Experts in the Social Sciences of Education and Training (NESSE)
NESSE is still in a developmental phase (as of January 2007) therefore it has not yet its own website. Coordinator is the Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique (INRP) in France. Main aim of the mission is the improvement of policy development in Education and Continuing Education in Europe by constructing a stable and effective network of experts who are involved in [...]
51 - Association for Educational Assessment -Europe (AEA-Europe)
This website serves the Association for Educational Assessment - Europe as a platform for discussion of developments in educational assessment in Europe, fostering co-operation and facilitating liaison between organisations and persons active in educational assessment across the whole of Europe. AEA-Europe defines educational assessment in its broadest sense including [...]
52 - The European Standing Conference of History Teachers\' Associations
EUROCLIO, acknowledged as a Non-Governmental Organisation by the Council of Europe, unites its members, the History Teachers\' Associations. Nowadays (2006) EUROCLIO represents about 65.000 history teachers in more than 40 countries. The website of EUROCLIO serves as an information and communication platform with regard to publications, teaching materials, projects and courses.
53 - Eurodoc
EURODOC is the European Council of doctoral candidates and young researchers. It takes the form of a federation of national associations of Ph.D. candidates and young researchers. EURODOC's objectives are: To represent doctoral candidates and junior researchers at the European level in matters of education, research, and professional development of their careers. To advance [...]
54 - League of European Research Universities (LERU)
This website of the League of European Research Universities (LERU) founded in 2002 as an association with twelve member institutions provides information on the mission of of LERU, its members, publications and activities. The League - sharing the values of high- quality teaching within an environment of internationally competitive research - acknowledges that Europe has lost [...]
55 - SALTO-YOUTH Resource Centres
This website provides information about history and scope of this network of eight SALTO-YOUTH Resource Centres. SALTO-YOUTH stands for Support and Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities within the European YOUTH programme. As a network of resource centres SALTO-YOUTH.net is working on European priority areas within the youth field. It provides youth work and training [...]
56 - Europäischer Verband Beruflicher Bildungsträger
The EVBB (Reg. Ass.) is a European umbrella association of independent and non-profit vocational training institutes. Its aim is the qualitative improvement of vocational training in European countries and an intensification of European training efforts. Detailed aims are: to enhance the competitive strength of training institutes and promote the further qualification of their [...]
57 - European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning (EUROCALL)
The European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning ( EUROCALL) is an association of language teaching professionals from Europe and world-wide, which aims - according its website information - to: (1) promote the use of foreign languages within Europe, (2) provide a European focus for the promulgation of innovative research, development and practice relating to [...]
58 - Coordinating Group for Religious Education in Europe (CoGREE)
This is the website of the "Coordinating Group for Religious Education in Europe" with links to members, projects and an archive. CoGREE was established in 1998 to strengthen the cooperation among those networks and organizations which support religious education in Europe. The group consists of representatives of the organizations described under ' members'. The group meets [...]
59 - European Forum for Teachers of Religious Education
This is the website of the European Forum for Teachers of Religious Education. It exists to form a European organization to promote the teaching of Religious Education. Member organizations represent teachers in schools, colleges and universities and work together to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and working methods.
60 - European Distance and E-Learning Network
The website of this network provides a platform for the open, distance and learning community in Europe. The EDEN Membership in 2005 consists of 130 institutional members, including universities, national associations, professional bodies, international networks, research institutions and companies. The over 650 members in the Network represent 35 countries from Europe, [...]
61 - European Society for Engineering Education
This website of SEFI, a non-profit organisation founded in 1973, serves as an information and communication platform for the respective specialists. SEFI is presently the largest network of higher engineering institutions and individuals involved in engineering education in Europe. Through its numerous and various activities, SEFI contributes to the development and improvement [...]
62 - Europäischen Konföderation der Oberrheinischen Universitäten (Eucor)
This website provides information on the study offers and regulations of five universities of the upper Rhine region. They are situated between the Black Forest, the Jura and the Vosges joined together in 1989 to form a cross-border federation under the name European Confederation of Upper Rhine Universities ( EUCOR). The EUCOR secretarial office is in Strasbourg since june [...]
63 - List of NARIC Key Addresses
This page provides the NARIC addresses of the countries of different UNESCO regions. NARIC is a network of National Centres created in 1984 to help in regulating title recognition and facilitating the integration of national educational systems.
64 - Youth. The Europe of cultural cooperation
This is the website of the Council of Europe for youth affairs. It provides information about the following topics: Youth sector priorities 2003-2005; Activities; Financial support and study sessions; Information services and resources; Structures; European Youth Centres.
65 - Education. The Europe of cultural cooperation.
This is the website for educational matters of the Council of Europe. It provides information on the following cooperation programmes: Education of Roma/Gypsy children in Europe; Teaching Remembrance (i.e. Education for the prevention of crimes against Humanity); Education for democratic citizenship and human rights; History teaching; Intercultural education; Languages; Higher [...]
66 - Learning Cities Network: Towards a Learning Society
The Learning Cities Network responds to an urgent need to provide a central forum for lifelong learning ideas and activities. It is an international network of people and organisations involved in the implementation of lifelong learning concepts at all levels of society and the community. The vision of the LCN is to provide interactive services that members can use. The [...]
67 - The European Union Federation of Youth Hostel Associations (EUFED)
This is the website of the European Union Federation of Youth Hostel Associations. EUFED represents not-for-profit Youth Hostel Associations - more than 1.700 Youth Hostels in Europe, 2 million members in Europe, 170. 000 beds and 20 million overnights per year. Youth Hostels provide accommodation and opportunities for youth mobility, but they also provide an experience which [...]
68 - The European Education Partnership
The Industrie-Education Partnership aims to help policy-makers and educators achieve sustainable use of new technologies and digital media to benefit learning for all. This website informs about the activities of the Partnership and the extension of the web/email based Innovations Service in 2003/2004, which attracts particular attention due to its high quality.
69 - European Federation for Intercultural Learning
EFIL is the umbrella organisation of the European AFS Organisations in Europe. AFS (formerly American Field Service) is a non-profit volunteer based educational organization offering exchanges for students, young adults and teachers in over 50 countries around the world. The respective website provides information on member organisations, programmes and activities. Besides it [...]
70 - European Association for Library & Information Education and Research
The Association is an independent Europan non-governmental and non-profit organisation whose purpose is: to promote Europan cooperation within library and information education and research and to provide a body through which it can be represented in matters of European interest. This website provides links regarding the following issues: mission, membership, directory, events [...]
71 - The European Council of National Associations of Independent Schools (ECNAIS)
This European parent organization represents the national associations of private and independent schools and associated members. The website mainly provides conference papers and other statements, statistical data about the number of such schools in each country and the bulletin (including country reports) and an additional link list.
72 - European Forum on Educational Administration (E.F.E.A.)
As the website of the Forum is currently offline, we provide a link to an information site about it (Sept. 2014).
The European Forum on Educational Administration provides a discussion platform on issues of educational administration. It offers to individuals and national organizations an institutional framework for the exchange of experiences, information and research [...]
73 - ReferNet: The European network of reference and expertise
ReferNet is a structured, decentralised, networked system of information collection and dissemination. It provides high quality information on a wide range of developments in vocational education and training, and learning in the European Union by bringing together the expertise of key organisations.
74 - The Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER)
CESAER is a non-profit-making international association of approximately 50 leading European Engineering Universities, Colleges and Schools set up in 1990. The main objectives of CESAER are to provide "High Quality" Engineering Education in Europe and to improve links between its members in Research as well as in Postgraduate and Continuing Education.- This website offers [...]
75 - European Students' Union
ESIB is the umbrella organisation of 50 national unions of students from 37 countries and through these members represent over 11 million students (January 2003). The aim of ESIB is to represent and promote the educational, social, economic and cultural interests of students at a European level towards all relevant bodies and in particular the European Union, Council of Europe [...]
European Association for the Promotion of Science and Technology
EUROSCIENCE, the voice of scientists in Europe) is a pan-European Association established in 1997 in Strasbourg. It is open to scientists of all disciplines, including social sciences and the humanities, as well as to any person with an interest in improving interactions between science, technology and society. On its website the Association welcomes teachers, people from the [...]
77 - European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA)
The European Association for the Education of Adults is an association of non-governmental organisations actively involved in the development of adult education throughout Europe. The association is made up of more than 100 organisations in 34 countries (as of September 2005) . Die EAEA closely co-operates with UNESCO and the European Commission. Links on the homepage lead to [...]
78 - European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE)
The mission of EURASHE is to research, co-ordinate and represent the needs and interests of higher education institutions vis-á-vis international organisations, particularly the European Commission. The homepage provides a basic text about the aims of EURASHE. The website offers information particularly on conferences.
79 - Internationalisation and Innovation in Teacher Education
The project 'Internationalisation of and Innovation in Teacher Education In Europe' was established in 1982 and was dedicated to the development of a European dimension in teacher education. It is now an established network with a successful history of innovative and collaborative programmes that involved many universities and colleges across Europe. On the homepage the aims [...]
80 - PLUTO European Network
PLUTO is a pedagogical project which aims to support teacher education in the field of basic informatics education and telematics. It was set up on the initiative of a Working Group of the ATEE ( Association for Teacher Education in Europe) in 1986. In the framework of this project the PLUTO Educational Network was established to provide a platform for selected higher [...]
81 - East East Programme "Partnership Across Borders"
The East East Programme "Partnership Across Borders" (coordinated by the Open Society Institute Budapest) supports practical cross-border work between Eastern European countries in the process of social transformation particularly in the field of education. This website provides information on the programme principles and forthcoming activities.
82 - Central and Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA)
Central Europe; Eastern Europe
The Central and Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA) was founded as a result of the growth of American and International schools in Central and Eastern Europe. The primary goal of CEESA is to provide a forum for on-going communication, cooperation, and professional growth among member institutions.- The CEESA website offers useful links for students, teachers and [...]
European Forum for Freedom in Education (effe)
This is the website of the European Forum for Freedom in Education which aims to install the human right to freedom in education in schools across Europe and promotes all kind of self-initiative and self- determination at school. For quick users the mission of EFFE is outlined in seven sentences. According to these statements high level education can only be realised if it is [...]
84 - EuroPACE
EuroPACE is a trans-European network of universities and their partners in education and training, i.e. private enterprises, regional and professional organisations and public authorities. It demonstrates and develops the potential of telematics for the European university of the future and thus contributes materially towards the realisation of the concept of lifelong learning [...]
85 - European Centre for Media Competence
This homepage provides information on the profile of the European Centre for Media Competence, its philosophy, the range of services and forthcoming events. As a service provider in the field of the new media, Europäisches Zentrum für Medienkompetenz GmbH advises both private- sector and public-sector clients. With its projects and services, ecmc helps to shape the way [...]
86 - European Institute for the Media (EIM)
The European Institute for the Media (EIM), based in Düsseldorf and Paris, is a think tank for research and strategy concerning developments in European media and communications, including learning strategies. This website provides information on main areas of research and offers links to the buttons: communication policies; digital world; media and democracy; debate and [...]
87 - European Training and Development Federation (ETDF)
Linking national associations of training and human resources institutes, the European Training and Development Federation - Féderation Européenne pour la Formation et le Développment (ETDF- FEFD) encorporates 11 national associations: AFREF and GARF ( France), AIF ( Italy), APG ( Portugal) , CIPD ( United Kingdom), CIPD IRELAND and IITD (Ireland), EPSILON and VOV [...]
88 - European Vocational Training Association (EVTA)
This association is made up of 15 organizations whose composition differs: centralized/decentralized; public/private; dedicated to vocational training only/covering both employment and vocational training.- This website reflects the efforts of EVTA to support the exchange of information and experiences in the field of advising and vocational training. It explains the joint [...]
89 - European Higher Education Society (EAIR)
EAIR is a unique association for professionals in the area of higher education management, and for academics researching that area. EAIR will also be of relevance to policy makers in government ministries and policy units.- This website provides detailed information on activities ( forums, seminars) of this association.
90 - The European Learning Styles Information Network (ELSIN)
The European Learning Styles Information Network (ELSIN) is an association of researchers, educationalists and trainers interested in the theory and application of Learning Styles. ELSIN was founded in 1995 at the University of Birmingham during a Learning Styles conference.- This website offers abstracts from previous conferences and access to the International Learning [...]
91 - European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (EFVET)
EFVET is a unique European-wide professional association which has been created by and for providers of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in all European countries. Its mission is to support and enrich technical and vocational education and training through transnational co-operation by building a pan-European network of institutions and practitioners.- [...]
92 - Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD)
The Academy of Human Resource Development was formed to encourage systematic study of human resource development theories, processes, and practices; to disseminate information about HRD, to encourage the application of HRD research findings, and to provide opportunities for social interaction among individuals with scholarly and professional interests in HRD from multiple [...]
93 - European Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (enqa) Education
ENQA is a European Network to disseminate information, experiences, good practices and new developments in the field of quality assessment and quality assurance in higher education between interested parties: public authorities, higher education institutions and quality assurance agencies.- The Website aims at assisting the enqa member agencies find and share information about [...]
94 - Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP)
AESOP is a network of universities and university departments that teach and conduct research within the field of urban and regional planning. The network exists to promote the development of the teaching curricula and research within the Member Schools through regular dialogue, exchange visits and the dissemination of research and best practice. These aims are achieved [...]
95 - Mercator European Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning
Formerly known as "European Network for Regional or Minority Languages and Education", the network has meanwhile become a research centre. Its main goal is to gather, store and distribute information through a documentation and information network for regional and minority languages in the European Union. Mercator is a network of three research and documentation centres (in [...]
96 - ATHENA: advanced thematic network in activities in women's studies in Europe
ATHENA is a Socrates Thematic Network Project in which 80 Women' s and Gender Studies Programmes at universities, research institutes and documentation centres in Europe participate. ATHENA was created in 1996 by the Association of Institutions for Feminist Education and Research in Europe (AOIFE), and was selected as a Socrates Thematic Network Project in September 1998. The [...]
97 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network
This website has been developed as a result of co-operation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Austria financially supported by the European Commission. It is to improve cultural contacts, the exchange of information and project implementation between South East European states in the education sector. There are various links on the homepage to [...]
98 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Albania
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Albania. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following categories: Basic [...]
99 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Some are only available in pdf- format. They are subdivided into the following [...]
100 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Bulgaria
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Bulgaria. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following categories: Basic [...]
101 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Croatia [Webarchive 2015]
This website has been developed between about 2001-2003 as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Croatia. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following [...]
102 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Macedonia
Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Macedonia. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following categories: Basic [...]
103 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Moldova
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Moldova. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following categories: Basic [...]
104 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Romania
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Romania. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following categories: Basic [...]
105 - South East European Educational Cooperation Network: Education in Slovenia
This website has been developed as a result of cooperation between the University of Ljubljana CEPS and KulturKontakt Österreich in the framework of the South East European Educational Cooperation Network. The web pages contain various core documents on education in Albania. Some are only available in pdf-format. They are subdivided into the following categories: Basic [...]
106 - The Standing International Conference of Inspectorates (SICI)
SICI is the organisation of national and regional inspectorates of education in Europe. It was founded in 1995 and has at this moment 25 members. SICI provides services to its member organisations and contributes to the development of education in Europe with data and analyses based on direct observation of school practices.
107 - European Association for International Education (EAIE)
The main aim of the European Association for International Education is to stimulate and facilitate the internationalisation of higher education in Europe and to enhance the quality of international education.- This website provides information on forthcoming annual conferences and current training courses and publishes a newsletter and papers on issues of concern to those [...]
108 - Nordisk förening för pedagogisk forskning / Nordic Educational Research Association (NFPF/NERA)
Denmark; Finland; Iceland; Norway; Sweden; Northern Europe
NFPF/NERA was founded in 1972 and is an educational research association that covers all the Nordic countries. NERA supports educational research in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The association publishes the journal Nordic Studies in Education and organises an annual congress.
109 - European Federation for Open and Distance Learning (EFODL)
The European Federation for Open and Distance Learning has been established in March 1998 at the transnational conference in Utrecht ( NL). Its has the objective to set up a pan-European network of national networks for ODL that will provide value added services to the benefit of the professional actors involved (e.g. companies, training providers, experts, etc.).- This [...]
110 - Council of Europe Publishing
More than 1500 publications in English and French regarding all activities of the Council of Europe (41 Member States) - also in the field of education - are offered. They include country studies on the school system (secondary stage) and publications on interdisciplinary topics of educational development.- This website shows the cover of newly published monographs which can [...]
111 - European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML)
The European Centre for Modern Languages was set up in Graz (Austria) under an enlarged Partial Agreement, initially for three years (1994-1997). This period has been extended until December 2002. At present 34 states are members of the ECML. Within the framework of cultural co-operation and respecting the rich linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe, the Centre has as its [...]
112 - European Research Overview (ERO)
This project is a joint venture of CEDEFOP (European Centre for the Development of Educational Training), together with the Research Forum WIFO Berlin, to provide an Overview of European Research ( ERO) on vocational education and training (VET) and human resource development (HRD). ERO is designed as a web-based meeting point of networks with the aim of sharing information on [...]
113 - Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE)
The ATEE was founded in 1976 to create a wide European network in order to foster closer liaison and co-operation between institutions for the education of teachers and those responsible for that education in Europe. The ATEE provides the vital role of a formal organisation and permanent forum for European and international contacts between persons and institutions in charge [...]
114 - Thematic Network of Teacher Education in Europe (TNTEE)
The main objective is to establish a flexible multilingual trans-national forum for the development of teacher education in Europe linking together as many universities and other institutions as possible. This network is funded by the European Commission within the SOCRATES/ ERASMUS programme.- Links of this homepage lead to a "Search-the- Site"-Module and to information on [...]
European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education
The main objective of the agency is to work towards the creation of a coherent and permanent framework for extended European co- operation in the field of special needs education. Its main tasks are to collect, process and distribute information about new and innovative measures in the field of special needs education as well as to initiate research and distribute research [...]
116 - European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU)
The objectives of EADTU are to: promote higher level distance education in Europe; support bi-lateral contacts between academic staff of the participating universities; support co-operation in the field of research, course development,course and credit transfer; develop new methods and techniques for higher distance education including new technologies and media; organise [...]
117 - European Group for Integrated Social Research /
EGRIS is a research network consisting of partners in Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. The main activities consider the changing structures and processes of social integration in the context of new trajectories between youth and adulthood as well as the consequencies for education and welfare.- This homepages offers [...]
118 - European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN)
Its aim is to foster developments in distance education through the provision of a platform for co-operation and collaboration between a wide range of institutions, networks and individuals concerned with distance education in Europe. This website offers information on the organizational structure of the network and its participants as well as on activities in the field of [...]
119 - Association of Institutions for Feminist Education and Research in Europe (AOIFE)
AOIFE is a European association for Women's Studies based on institutional membership, a structure which links institutions dedicated to initiating and supporting feminist education and research in Europe, a forum for collectively addressing and acting on issues concerning Women's Studies by means of co-operation and networking, a platform from which to submit carefully [...]
120 - Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE)
This Website serves as an information and communication platform for European educational researchers in the field of Comparative Education. It concentrates on the organisational and content-related preparation of its annual conferences. This website provides information on the history of CESE, its members and their publications. At a time when European education faces immense [...]
121 - European Universities Continuing Education Network (EUCEN)
This Homepage reflects the mission of EUCEN: The European Universities Continuing Education Network is an organisation for universities concerned with the development of Continuing Education in Europe. Many European universities see themselves as international institutions. To establish a network for continuing education has been one way in which these universities can express [...]
122 - Union of International Associations (UIA)
Over 11,000 web pages on this site are accessible through a table comprising amongst others the following links - many of them related to education and training: Databases online, International organizations, International NGOs, World problems, Human potential, Human values, Knowledge Organizations, Language/Culture etc.
123 - Association of Language Testers in Europe
This website is intended to give a comprehensive introduction to ALTE, its member organisations, their joint aims and the projects they are involved in together. The site is organised as follows. The Introduction to ALTE describes the rationale behind the founding of ALTE, lists its current membership and states its aims and objectives. The ALTE Framework gives details of the [...]
124 - European Federation for the Education of the Children of the Occupational Travellers (EFECOT)
EFECOT is a European organization, which devotes itself to the right of appropriate education of occupational travellers. EFECOT is a European federation of parties involved in the education of the children of bargee, circus families, fairground families and seasonal workers.
125 - Network of National Academic Recognition Information Centres (NARIC)
The network aims at improving academic recognition of diplomas and periods of study in the Member States of the EU and the EEA countries. The network is part of the Community's Programme SOCRATES, which stimulates the mobility of students and staff between higher education institutions in these countries. This homepage offers a guide to higher education systems and [...]
126 - European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI)
The European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) was founded in the 80ies and meanwhile, it has more than 2400 members in more than 60 countries. Many of its more than 25 Special Interest Groups have their own websites and / or newsletters and organise their own workshops. EARLI also has a Network for Junior Researchers (JURE), organises conferences [...]
127 - European School Headmasters Association (ESHA)
ESHA is an international organisation whose members include heads and deputy heads of secondary schools throughout Europe, including both EU members and non-member states. ESHA\'s aim is to increase communication between European Secondary Heads and Deputy Heads from 30 European countries and to provide opportunities for sharing information and developments in the field of [...]
128 - European University Association (EUA)
The European University Association (EUA) represents and supports higher education institutions in 47 countries, providing them with a unique forum to cooperate and keep abreast of the latest trends in higher education and research policies. It actively promotes the European dimension of academic and institutional activities by facilitating dialogue and cooperation among its [...]
129 - European Access Network (EAN)
The EAN aims to encourage wider access to higher education in all European countries for those who are currently under-represented, whether for reasons of gender, ethnic origin, nationality, age, disability, employment status, income level, family background, vocational training, geographic location, or earlier educational disadvantage.
130 - European Association of Teachers / Association Européenne des Enseignants (AEDE)
AEDE aims to be an association for all teachers wishing to work together for the creation of a united Europe, aims to widen the teachers knowledge of European issues and to show them the means and methods which can rapidly lead to the creation of a European Union.
131 - European Foundation Centre
The European Foundation Centre (EFC) promotes and underpins the work of foundations and corporate funders active in and with Europe. Established in 1989 by seven of Europe's leading foundations, the EFC today has a membership of over 160 independent funders and serves a further 7,000 organisations linked through networking centres in thirty-five countries across Europe. The [...]
132 - European Research and Technology Information Network
The EuRaTIN network encompasses the Brussels based R&D liaison offices of Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. EuRaTIN offers a free service to look for research partners in Europe.
133 - Academic Cooperation Association
The Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) is an independent European organisation dedicated to the support, improvement, management and analysis of academic cooperation within Europe and between Europe and other parts of the world. It was created in July 1993 with the legal status of a non-profit-making international association according to Belgian law and a secretariat in [...]
134 - Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association
TERENA carries out technical activities and provides a platform for discussion to encourage the development of a high-quality computer networking infrastructure for the European research community.
135 - Academia Europaea
The Academia Europaea was founded in 1988 as an international, non- governmental association of individual scientists and scholars, aiming to promote learning, education and research. It currently brings together nearly 1800 members from 35 European and seven non- European countries. The Academia's membership covers a wide range of disciplines, including the physical sciences [...]
136 - European Educational Research Association (EERA)
Founded in 1994, EERA is the umbrella organisation for more than 30 national and regional European associations for educational research. EERA organises the annual European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) and publishes the "European Educational Research Journal" (EERJ) (Opean Access except the last three years). EERA is made up of more than 30 thematical networks [...]
137 - Consortium of Institutions for Development and Research in Education in Europe [CIDREE]
CIDREE consists of educational bodies which have a recognised major role in the field of curriculum development and/or educational research within their own countries. CIDREE promotes international collaboration by organising joint projects in educational research and development. A typical project consists of four to eight CIDREE member institutions across Europe with one [...]
European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)
CEDEFOP is a European agency that helps policy-makers and practitioners of the European Commission, the Member States and social partner organisations across Europe make informed choices about vocational training policy.- This homepage offers links to the Electronic Training Village and to a variety of publications related to VET.