Coordination team

The coordination team ensures the smooth running of all NESET activities. It is responsible for the development, coordination and administration of the network, collecting and consolidating contributions and ensuring the quality of the network outputs.

If you would like to contact the coordination team, please email: info-neset@ppmi.lt

Name
Dragana Avramov
Position
Scientific coordinator
Affiliation
Population and Social Policy Consultants (PSPC)
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Name
Irma Budginaitė Mačkinė
Position
Deputy scientific coordinator
Affiliation
PPMI; Vilnius University
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Name
Paul Downes
Position
Coordination team member
Affiliation
Educational Disadvantage Centre, Institute of Education, Dublin City University
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Name
Rimantas Dumčius
Position
Coordination team member
Affiliation
PPMI
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Name
Jana Huttova
Position
Coordination team member
Affiliation
The Interim Board, external consultant and advisor for OSF
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Name
Jan Peeters
Position
Coordination team member
Affiliation
University Ghent, Centre for Innovations in the Early Years
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Name
Hanna Siarova
Position
Coordination team member
Affiliation
PPMI
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Name
Barry van Driel
Position
Coordination team member
Affiliation
Anne Frank House; International Association for Intercultural Education
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Name
Alina Makarevičienė
Position
Administrative coordinator
Affiliation
PPMI
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Name
Gustė Statulevičiūtė
Position
Social media coordinator
Affiliation
PPMI
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Name
Orestas Strauka
Position
Junior researcher
Affiliation
PPMI
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NESET is composed of experienced researchers around the world working on the social dimension of education and training. Network members provide scientific expertise and advice to the European Commission in relation to the equity and social aspects of all types and levels of education and training. The Network consists of 52 experts from 31 countries. Network experts prepare seminars for European Commission staff, participate in conferences and meetings and provide responses to ad hoc questions, as well as developing analytical reports and policy briefs.