NW20 developed the workshop titled 'Innovative Practices for Lifelong Learning Competences and Intercultural Dialogue: From Pandemia to 2023 - Workshop on Understanding Voices, Spaces, and Identity through Innovative Methods'. The workshop took place from May 31st to 2nd June. This workshop was funded by the European Educational Research Association (EERA), the Grup d’Acompanyament Lingüístic (GRUPal), and the Research Group on Culture, Diversity & Development (CUDIDE), this workshop was aimed at PhD students, emerging researchers, researchers, and professors interested in exploring diverse innovative projects and methods to comprehend voices, spaces, and identities in the context of lifelong learning and intercultural dialogue. Thanks to the funding provided by the European Educational Research Association (EERA), this workshop provided a platform for participants to delve into the latest research and share ideas on cutting-edge practices. The event will bring together distinguished scholars and experts in the field, offering a unique opportunity to establish connections and foster collaboration. The workshop took place at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences of the University of Valencia.
Regarding publications, our network intend to send a proposal for the Book series in EERA. We are still in the development and discussion about the specific information.
The book series proposal is related to “Innovative and Intercultural Learning Environments in Initial Teacher Education”. In addition we planned a Special NW call for ECER 2024 related to the past, memory and reconciliation.
We have voted the Honorary Network Membership values the contributions of a convenor in the context of a network's history. Being an honorary network member has no duties, but includes the possibility of paying the reduced ECER fee available to members of EERA member associations. This person will be Raimonda Bruneviciute from Kaunas University of Medicine, Lithuania