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Volume 53, No. 4, November 2018
Reconceptualising system transitions in education for marginalised and vulnerable groups
Guest Editors: Paul Downes, Erna Nairz‐Wirth, Jim Anderson

Volume 53, No. 3, September 2018
Learner agency at the confluence between rights-based approaches and well-being
Guest Editor: Jean Gordon

Volume 53, No. 2 June 2018
Special Issue: Are Student Assessments Fit For Their Purposes?
Guest Editor: Janet Looney

Volume 53, No. 1. March 2018
Special Issue: Innovative approaches to Continuous Professional Development in Early Childhood Education and Care. A European perspective.
Guest Editors: Brecht Peleman, Bente Jensen and Jan Peeters

Volume 52, No. 4 December 2017
Special Issue: Education for people, prosperity and planet: Can we meet the sustainability challenges?
Guest Editor: Aaron Benavot

Volume 52, No. 3 September 2017
Title: Participatory Design for (Built) Learning Environments
Guest Editors: Karen D. Könings and Susan McKenney

Volume 52, No. 2 June 2017
Title: The Influence of PISA on Education Policies
Guest Editors: Alain Michel and Xavier Pons

Volume 52, No.1 March 2017
Title : Higher education learning outcomes - transforming higher education ?
Guest Editors : Joakim Caspersen and Nicoline Frolich

Volume 51, No.4 December 2016
Title: Governance Dynamics in Complex Decentralised Education Systems
Guest Editors: Edith Hooge

Volume 51, No 3 September 2016
Title : Vocational Schooling and Social Exclusion in the Western Balkans
Guest Editors : Claire Gordon and Will Bartlett

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ELINET: Awareness raising & Fundraising for low-literacy in Europe (2015)

Main Activities

Based on three studies (review and analysis of 52 awareness and fundraising activities’ evaluations from a variety of fields, meta-analyses on success factors of awareness raising campaigns and seven case studies of effective practices in 7 ELINET member organisations), the team of partners 'Indicators for Success' developed an overview of indicators for success concerning awareness raising and fundraising for low literacy in Europe. Three reports of each study are described and available below.

Indicators for evaluation of awareness and fundraising for low literacy in Europe, Research Review: click here 
The key features of successful awareness raising campaigns: click here
Success factors for awareness and fundraising for literacy in Europe: click here
Influence Strategies: Approaches to influencing long-term change: click here 


The Indicators for Success team comprised the following partners:

Aristotle University, Greece
Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, Cyprus
European Institute of Education and Social Policy (EIESP), France
Free University of Brussels, Belgium
Public Policy and Management Institute (PPMI), Lithuania
University College Cork (UCC), Ireland
University of York, United Kingdom 

Established in February 2014, the European Literacy Policy Network (ELINET) unifies 77 partner organisations from 28 European countries (including 24 EU member states) engaged in literacy policy-making and reading promotion in Europe.

Name of Programme and Funder

This project has been funded by the European Commission, Contract No. EAC/S05/2013

Expected Outcomes 

One of the main goals of Team 8 (as part of the ELINET network) was to draw on the results of these case studies and the literature review to develop a detailed list of detailed list of indicators (and examples), which can possibly be used in order to develop successful awareness or fundraising campaigns for low literacy. Team 8 has developed an overview and analysis of indicators for success along with the description of the different case studies and pilots concerning awareness and fundraising for low literacy in Europe. Fundraising tools, awareness-raising tools, and indicators of success to develop useful awareness or fundraising campaigns for low literacy