The CoGREE steering group meets twice a year to plan and discuss common projects.
The current members are:
Dr Peter Schreiner (ICCS)
Peter has studied education, theology and sociology. He has been a senior reseacher at the Comenius-Institut from 1991-2015. Since 2015 he has been the director of the institute.
He became the President of ICCS in 2003 after serving as Secretary for some years. Currently he is the moderator of CoGREE. Peter can be contacted via: email@example.com
Lesley Prior (EFTRE)
Lesley has worked in Religious Education in England for over 25 years. She has been a part-time Senior Lecturer in RE at the University of Roehampton in South-West London since 2009 where she is involved in pre-service teacher education at both primary and secondary levels. Lesley is also an RE advisor to schools in eleven different local government areas in Greater London and works regularly with serving teachers.
Lesley has been involved in EFTRE since 2001, joining the Board and the Executive in 2007. She became Chair of EFTRE in 2013 and then began to represent EFTRE on CoGREE. Lesley is also Secretary of CoGREE. Lesley can be contacted via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Tania ap Sion (ICCS)
Tania is Associate Professor in Education and the Social Significance of Religion at the University of Warwick, England, and Director of the St Mary’s Centre, Wales, which develops and promotes research in Christian Education. She has worked in the field of religion and education for over 25 years, in university, school, and church sectors. In addition, Tania’s academic research and curriculum development publications are widely available.
Tania is Secretary of ICCS, and can be contacted via: email@example.com
James Barnett (representative at the Council of Europe)
James has been involved in Religious Education for over forty years. Among others, he has been responsible for Religious Education at Uppingham School, worked at the Farmington institute and been the representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Council of Europe. Since 1999, he is the representative of ICCS at the INGOs Conference of the Council of Europe and been highly involved in raising awareness for religion in European societies.
James is one of the founding members of CoGREE. He can be contacted via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Margaretha Hackermeier (EuFRES)
Margaretha holds a teaching qualification for secondary schools in the subjects Religious Education and Mathematics and has earned a doctorate in catholic theology. She worked in different secondary schools in the south of Germany and also as a headmaster of a secondary school. Since 2014 she works in the Catholic Bureau Bavaria in Munich and brings together the Catholic Church and the Bavarian State in matters of religious education.
She participates in EuFRES since the EuFRES-Forum in Madrid 2012 and can be contacted via: email@example.com
Prof Mag. Michael Holzwieser (PILGRIM)
Michael has been teaching Religious Education in Vienna since 2003 after six years of pastoral services in two parishes. Now, he teaches at the University College of Agrarian and Ecological Pedagogy in Vienna, for example „Sustainable Developement and Spirituality“ as well as „Ethics and Interreligious Dialogue“.
Michael has been involved in PILGRIM since 2008. Michael can be contacted via: firstname.lastname@example.org
OStD Michael Jacobs (IV)
Michael is Headteacher of the Protestant Theodor-Fliedner-Gymnasium in Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth, a church grammar school, and has been working for protestant schools in Germany since more than thirty years. He studied Theology, Social and Educational Science and has also worked in teacher training and quality inspection of schools. He has been a board member of several protestant teacher associations in Germany and is still member of the board of the Comenius Institute.
Since 2018 he is Secretary of the International Association for Christian Education (IV). Michael can be contacted via: email@example.com
Piet Jansen (IV)
Piet is chairman of the board of two school foundations for Protestant and Catholic education in the western part of The Netherlands. These foundations together include 23 schools for primary, special and secondary education. Over 8000 pupils attend these schools. Piet started his educational career 45 years ago as a teacher of the Dutch language, economics and social studies.
Since 2018 he is President of the International Association for Christian Education (IV). Piet can be contacted via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guy Selderslagh (CEEC)
He underwent his school career in Catholic education. He graduated and received a Teacher Training Certificate in Philosophy at the Catholic University of Louvain. He began his career as a teacher, then was appointed head of a work-linked training centre. During these years, he founded several non-profit associations, in the field of vocational training, reception and guidance, and youth assistance. In 1998, Guy Selderslagh became director of a secondary school in Brussels. In 2004, he was called to take over the direction of the “organising powers department” by Canon BEAUDUIN and Etienne MICHEL, former and new Director General of Catholic Education in French-speaking Belgium (SeGEC). In 2008, he became director of the Study Service of the SeGEC.
Since 2013, he has become Secretary General of the CEEC, while keeping his responsibilities at the SeGEC. Guy can be contacted via email@example.com.