The European Network for Social and Emotional Competence (ENSEC) is a growing network of researchers and practitioners who are interested in children’s and young people’s development, and particularly in working to develop their resilience and their social and emotional competence.
For more information about ENSEC please visit its website: enseceurope.org
The conference venue
Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, is among the most delightful and enjoyable cities in Europe. Due to its scenic setting and architecture, the city is often nicknamed “The Paris of the East”. Budapest is a gem of a city yoking together two formerly separate cities, Buda and Pest, which stretching along the opposite sides of the River Danube each offer unique experiences to their visitors.
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) is the most prestigious university in Hungary with a rich history of tradition and innovation. Over its more than 350 years of existence, ELTE has nurtured several world-renowned scientists and four Nobel Prize laureates. Students at ELTE come from more than 90 different countries. As a trusted partner of 550 higher education establishments and an active member of 8 prestigious international university networks, ELTE has strong connections all over the world.
The Faculty of Education and Psychology is one of ELTE’s eight faculties. Education and research at the faculty focuses on the psychological and educational aspects of human existence, also reflected in its motto “Everything that is human”.