Executive Committe 2017-01-06T10:12:24+00:00

The Executive Commitee

Learn to Change is managed by an Executive Board.

Executive board members are elected for a 4-year cycle by the General Assembly.

Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard
Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard President
France
Guðrún Ragnarsdóttir
Guðrún Ragnarsdóttir Vice President
Iceland
Carolina Gonçalves
Carolina GonçalvesTreasurer
Portugal
Visnja Rajic
Visnja RajicBoard Member
Croatia
Sabine Rohmann
Sabine RohmannBoard Member
France

Founding Members

Pascale MOMPOINT-GAILLARD – Social psychologist and pedagogical consultant for the  Pestalozzi Programme, Council of Europe, France

Guðrún RAGNARSDÓTTIR – Teacher and Researcher, University of Iceland, Iceland

Carolina GONÇALVES – Professor, School of Education, Lisbon, Portugal

Visnja RAJIC – Professor and Teacher Educator, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Sabine ROHMANN  – President of the Commission Education and Culture of the Conference of INGOs, Council of Europe, France

Jón Torfi JONASSON – Professor and Former Dean at the Faculty of Social Science and School of Education, University of Iceland, Iceland

Robin WILSON – Journalist and Editor of ‘Open Security’ at opendemocracy.net, United Kingdom

Charlot CASSAR – School Principal and Teacher Trainer, Malta

Carmen BECKER – Teacher of English, Tübingen Professional, Germany

Alessandro SORIANI –  Co-founder and Trainer at Ferfilò Associazione Culturale, PHD Candidate, University of Bologna and Paris – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Italy

Ólöf Þórhildur ÓLAFSDÓTTIR – Former Director of Democratic Citizenship and Participation at the Council of Europe

Gabriele MAZZA – Former Director of School, Out of School and Higher education at the Council of Europe, France

Jean-Claude COUTURE – Associate Co-ordinator of Research for the Alberta Teacher’s Association, Canada

P. Jean STILES – Principal of Jasper Place High School, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

 

Honorary Member

Lilian THURAM – Professional Football Player and Founder of ‘Foundation Lilian Thuram – ‘Education Contre le Racisme’, France