Launched in 2015, NESET is building on the activities undertaken by its predecessor networks NESET (2011-2014), NESSE (2007-2010) and NESET II (2015-2018).

 

NESET (2019-2022)

PPMI was selected to continue coordinating the Network until the end of 2022. The Network is run by the Scientific coordinator Dragana Avramov, Deputy scientific coordinator Irma Budginaitė-Mačkinė and Administrative coordinator Alina Makarevičienė. The new project period was marked with the launch of a redesigned multilingual website.

 

NESET II (2015-2018)

In January 2015 PPMI acquired the responsibility to coordinate the Network. The Coordination team, led by the Scientific coordinators Dragana Avramov (2018), Jana Huttova (2016-2017) and Georgios Zarifis (2015), set up a multilingual website to disseminate the Network’s activities and created a database of researchers working on social aspects of education and training. The Network’s activities were supported by Deputy scientific coordinators Irma Budginaitė-Mačkinė (2017-2018) and Rimantas Dumčius (2015-2016), as well as Administrative coordinators Greta Fedaravičiūtė and Gintvilė Valansevičiūtė.

 

NESET (2011-2014)

NESET was a global network of academics working on social aspects of education and training. Cardiff School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University was responsible for coordinating the network. Professor Sally Power (Cardiff University) was the network’s scientific coordinator, Dr Chris Taylor (Cardiff University) was the deputy scientific coordinator and Alexandra Williams (Cardiff University) was the administrative coordinator. All the outputs of the network can be found in the library section.

 

NESSE (2007-2010)

NESSE was a network of scholars working on social aspects of education and training. The National Institute for Educational Research (INRP, France) was responsible for coordinating the network. Professor Roger Dale (University of Bristol) was the network’s scientific coordinator. For more information about the network’s outputs please visit www.nesse.fr or the library section.