The Association decided to organise seminars in the years between the congresses, with the aim of providing a forum for continued co-operation and exchanges on specific aspects of social pedagogy.
Organize each year, alternatively, seminars and congresses, namely joint congresses with other European Organisations.
Publish the review Journal Européen d’Education Sociale / European Journal of Social Education in French and in English.
Sustain research networks’ publications of its schools members.
Coordinate its activities with the other European organizations for social professions (AIEJI, EASSW, FICE, IFSW, ICSW…) in the frame of the newly created European Network of Social Actors – ENSACT www.ensact.eu
Enhance mobility projects and exchanges of students and teachers.
A Tribute to a Dear Friend and Colleague - Ophelia Acton
Ophelia Acton was respected and admired for her enduring commitment and outstanding contributions to FESET. Her profound enthusiasm and dedication over the recent years merited her with a reputation as the undisputed social education and pedagogy expert.
The FESET Board and Executive would like to take the opportunity to pay tribute publicly to Ophelia Acton who passed away peacefully this year. It is a great loss but she has left a significant legacy in FESET. Ophelia exuded humility, kindness, gentleness, generosity, respect, humanity, charm, passion and insight. What she did for the social education and pedagogy in Europe was extraordinary; she was both a visionary leader and a catalyst for making big impactful changes occur. She achieved all of this with such incredible modesty and humour.
May her gentle soul rest in peace.
FESET Board 2019
Seminar 2018 – Closing Words
Thank all participants for contributions, time and efforts. Revisit and conclude our seminar – “Ethical Dilemmas in Socio-Educational Care Work”
Revisit and conclude our seminar – “Ethical Dilemmas in Socio-Educational Care Work” Head, Heart and Hands Pedagogy at Cocktail Reception – appreciation of future generation of students who engaged with the theme of the seminar – collective effort. Proud of the achievements.