Database of researchers

Note: The website is currently being updated, thus the information about Network members and experts in the database is incomplete. You can access the up-to-date list of NESET members here.

This open database contains highly qualified and experienced experts working on social aspects of education and training. It includes NESET II Network members and outside experts. The database covers all levels of education and training from the perspective of lifelong learning and contains members from a broad geographical scope, in particular from the EU Member States.

Please use the pane on the left to filter researchers by geographical scope of expertise, policy themes or the level of education they specialise in. Please note that the results will display every profile which features at least one of the selected countries under the scope of expertise; however, the profile has to contain all the policy themes and levels of education selected in the filter for it to be shown in filter results. You may also use the interactive map below to select one or more countries to filter by scope of expertise.

 

If you are a researcher in the social dimension of education and training and would like to be included in this database, simply complete the registration form.

 Registration form

Note: The person completing the form is responsible for ensuring that the submitted information is correct. NESET does not guarantee the validity of the data provided.

Complete list in alphabetical order

Name Geographical scope
of expertise
Area of expertise Level of education Social networks
Aigul Alieva
  • Luxembourg
  • Switzerland
  • Vulnerable groups in education and training
  • Education and migration
  • Early school leaving
  • Widening participation in higher education
  • Parental involvement and family support
  • Primary/basic/compulsory education
  • Secondary education (general)
  • Higher education
Alina Botezat
  • Germany
  • Romania
  • Funding and governance of education and training
  • Content of education and training curricula, development of key competences
  • Education and migration
  • Primary/basic/compulsory education
  • Secondary education (general)
  • Secondary education (vocational)

Pepka Boyadjieva

  • Bulgaria
  • EU-28
  • Early school leaving
  • Widening participation in higher education
  • Monitoring for equity in education and training
  • Higher education
  • Adult education and training

Silvia Carrasco

  • Chile
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Spain
  • United States
  • EU-28
  • Vulnerable groups in education and training
  • Education and migration
  • Ethnicity and non-discrimination
  • Early school leaving
  • Widening participation in higher education
  • Parental involvement and family support
  • Monitoring for equity in education and training
  • Pre-school education
  • Primary/basic/compulsory education
  • Secondary education (general)
  • Secondary education (vocational)
  • Post-compulsory education (vocational, technical)
  • Higher education
Carmel Cefai
  • Australia
  • Malta
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • EU-28
  • Content of education and training curricula, development of key competences
  • Vulnerable groups in education and training
  • Disability/special needs, inclusive education
  • Education and migration
  • Early school leaving
  • Widening participation in higher education
  • Parental involvement and family support
  • Education and training of professional workforce
  • Cross-sectoral working
  • Pre-school education
  • Primary/basic/compulsory education
  • Secondary education (general)
  • Higher education