European Forum for Freedom in Education
Welcome to the effe Member's Forum!
2012 is not just the European Year of Active Ageing but also your year of active effe membership! We are delighted to introduce the new interactive online forum on our website which has been designed to serve you. It is a place to exchange your views and share your expertise.
This platform allows you to exchange ideas, news, and best practices, as well as to ask questions concerning the issue of freedom in education and a holistic approach to learning in Europe. A diversity of sub-sections have been set up in order to discuss the latest developments in the educational sectors across Europe, for exchanging information on current/upcoming projects and events at the (inter)national and local levels.Additionally, a thread on EU affairs will allow you to gain insight into the complex world of European Union affairs with a particular focus on strategic approaches and policies in the educational (and related) sectors. One of its sub-sections is dedicated to answering any questions you may have – post on there and one of the effe EU Office team will try and help you out. Last but not least, our forum will allow you to give us feedback on our activities, so that we can better align our work with your priorities, concerns and expertise.
So, what are you waiting for?!
Sign up in to our forum now, introduce yourself and your educational priorities and expertise, and get involved NOW!
I look forward to many fruitful discussions, reading your interesting insights and hearing about your expertise, constructive criticism and innovative input on the current issues in the field of education.
effe Director, Anne Liekenbrock
The effe Members' Forum at a glance:
Exchange of Expertise
The concept of freedom in education is only one of many features we want you to become involved in - innovative best practices, recent initiatives, news from the grassroots level... YOU have so much to share with and learn from your colleagues and experts across Europe. What are you waiting for?!
Questions & Answers
Which benefits does the effe Brussels office bring for my alternative school? What does 'Erasmus for all' mean? How can one lobby for educational matters, and what are the policy steps of tomorrow? Feel free to ask as much as you can - we are looking forward providing you with answers!