Education and educators at war: a roundtable discussion

On 05 May 2022, the international round table 'Education and Educators at War' was held to identify the specifics of different models of adaptation of teachers and educational institutions to war conditions, and to identify effective tools to help Ukrainian educators cope with the difficulties of wartime.

The round table was organised by Drogobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University, represented by the Chair of Law, Sociology, and Political Science together with the Ukrainian Educational Research Association. The event was initiated by Professor Svitlana Shchudlo.

Education of Ukrainian children in Lithuania: searching solutions?

On 28 April 2022, an educational forum on "Education of Ukrainian children in Lithuania: finding research-based solutions" was held (online format) with the participation of 75 Lithuanian and Ukrainian researchers, analysts, representatives of schools dealing with primary, basic and secondary education programmes, representatives of municipal education units and education centres, teachers, representatives of non-formal education institutions. The event was organised by the Lithuanian Education Research Association and co-organised by the Ukrainian Education Research Association.

Education of Ukrainian children in Lithuania: searching solutions

28 квітня 2022 року о 15.00 відбудеться освітній форум на тему "Освіта українських дітей у Литві: пошук рішень на основі досліджень"

Ми запрошуємо до участі українських представників науки, дослідників, докторантів, аналітиків, представників шкіл, що займаються програмами початкової, базової та середньої освіти, представників муніципальних освітніх підрозділів та регіональних центрів освіти, вчителів, представників закладів неформальної освіти, всіх, кому небайдужа доля українських дітей та перемога України у війні.

У Болонському процесі немає довіри до росії і білорусі

During the meeting of the Bologna Follow-Up Group on 11-12 April 2022, it was decided to suspend the right of representation of the Russian Federation and Belarus in the Bologna Process, as well as in the working groups, all other structures, and the work programme of European Higher Education Area.

The basis for the decision was the relevant statement signed by 39 governmental, 6 advisory members of the Bologna Process, and representatives of the European Higher Education Quality Assurance Register.

Occupied but not conquered: education in occupied cities

Робота Софії Красулі

As researchers, we have to be guided by reliable information. For the Ukrainian Educational Research Association, such information is the testimony of our members - those educators who are in the temporarily occupied territories, particularly in Melitopol and Kherson.

War stories of UERA members

On 25 March, Oksana Zabolotna, President of UERA, addressed the Council of the European Educational Research Association with a presentation on the situation in Ukraine. She presented it through the prism of stories of UERA members living in different regions of Ukraine. The report presented the results of the survey of the association members.