NESET closes the 2015-2018 project period

NESET closes the 2015-2018 project period


Each year we take the time to reflect on our activities and continuously look for ways to improve. This time we are excited to review the entire four-year period, as the previous Network contract (2015-2018) comes to an end. We are grateful to all highly qualified and experienced experts that have helped the Network reach new milestones and contributed to the improvement of European-level policy development.

Last year the Network’s team of experts produced to the following deliverables:

  • Analytical report ‘The role and place of ECEC in integrated working, benefitting vulnerable groups such as Roma’ by Ankie Vandekerckhove, Hester Hulpia, Jana Huttova, Jan Peeters, Danut Dumitru, Claudiu Ivan, Szilvia Rezmuves, Eugenia Volen and Alina Makarevičienė
  • Analytical report ‘Teaching media literacy in Europe: evidence of effective school practices in primary and secondary education’ by Julian McDougall, Marketa Zezulkova, Barry van Driel, Dalibor Sternadel
  • Response to an ad hoc question ‘The links between education and active citizenship/civic engagement’ by Irina Golubeva.

In addition, the Network contributed to a thought-provoking annual conference ‘Strengthening Common European Values through Education. What does the Evidence tell us?’, co-organised in partnership with EENEE and Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC).

All analytical  reports and ad hoc responses, as well as conference proceedings can be accessed here.

The closing of the contract will not affect the Network’s operation, as PPMI continues its role as coordinator for the upcoming project period (2019-2022).