In Ukraine, the language issue has been very problematic for quite a long time and it has led to a lot of emotional discussions. That is why the idea of the bridges and the dialogue is essential as it might help to focus on the ways to overcome the conflict rather than incite hatred. 

Ukrainian Educational Research Association received a GCE-HSG Research Dissemination Grant: Borderland Studies in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region and in September - October 2021 realised the project  "Building Bridges to Break Stereotypes and Prejudices".

The Jean Monnet Support to Association Project (2017 - 2020) is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission

European Quality of Educational Research for Empowering Educators in Ukraine is the Jean Monnet Support to Association Project that has been carried out with the support of Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union


Ukrainian Educational Research Association has started All-Ukrainian Teaching and Learning Survey (based on TALIS methodology). The project is to be realised between February 1 and August 31, 2017. It addresses principals and teachers of comprehensive schools as a part of the Teacher Project.

All-Ukrainian Monitoring Survey of Secondary School Teachers and Principals (by TALIS methodology) was conducted by the Ukrainian Educational Research Association with the questionnaires for teachers and principals used for OECD's Teaching and Learning International Survey 2013. The research was carried out in February-August 2017.

Team of the project

Project Lead:

Mariia Vitrukh (MPhil, University of Cambridge, UK)

Project Manager:

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