ESREA – European Society for Research on the Education of Adults with the organisational support of University of Belgrade and Adult Education Society from Serbia is organizing the 9th Triennial European Research Conference “Adult education research and practice between the welfare state and neoliberalism“ which will be held in September 19-22, 2019 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Hosted by the Department of Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade this conference will be an opportunity to gather researchers and scholars – from all adult education disciplines and sectors, from academia, policy and practice – in order to discuss how the crisis of the welfare state and the tectonic shifts in economic, political and social models shape adult education.
The conference will include keynote speeches, plenary sessions, presentations and discussions in parallel groups, as well as various workshops, round-table discussions, symposia, exhibitions and exchanges. The organisers welcome submissions in the form of Papers, Posters, Roundtables, Symposia and Workshops, and the deadline for submission of abstracts is 15th March 2019.
The keynote speakers at the conference will be:
Catherine Odora Hoppers, South African Research Chair in Development Education, University
of South Africa
António Sampaio da Nóvoa, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Lisbon
Steffi Robak, Institute for Vocational Education and Adult Education, Hanover
More information on the conference you can find on the following link: http://www.aes.rs/en/esrea2019/.
About the organisers:
ESREA is the most important network of research organisations in the field of education and adult learning in Europe. It promotes and disseminates theoretical and empirical research on the education of adults and adult learning in Europe through research networks, conferences and publications. For more information visit – www.esrea.org.
Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade is the oldest and most prominent institution of higher education in Serbia and among the oldest in the South-Eastern Europe – it has been established 1808 in Belgrade. Also, this year marks 40-years anniversary since the introduction of the Chair for Andragogy and Study Group for Andragogy at the Faculty.
Adult Education Society is a non-profit civil society organization from Serbia established in 2000 with the aim of achieving the objectives in the field of adult learning and education. For more information visit – www.aes.rs.