Home | Contact Us European Association of Geographers
Journal of the European Association of Geographers
Navigation Menu
 
About the EUROGEO

 

EUROGEO is a European, non-governmental, non-profit organisation.

It is the European scientific and educational society which was founded in 1979 which networks geographers from all walks of life and organisations who are interested in the theory methods and practice of Geography.

The principal aims of EUROGEO are to advance the status of geography by:

  • organising events and activities for members
  • producing publications for members
  • supporting geographers in their jobs and careers
  • identifying and promoting good practise
  • lobbying at European and national level
  • giving advice on geography
  • making recommendations to decision makers

EUROGEO promotes the European dimension in geographical education as a contribution towards the development of European citizenship. By doing so,EUROGEO encourages the development of a greater European awareness through the medium of geography and increases mutual knowledge and understanding of Europe. 

EUROGEO, in affiliation with other organisations, has produced a large number of publications and has organised geography conferences, meetings and workshops on a regular basis. Representatives of professional educational associations have been actively involved in EUROGEO

EUROGEO also supports those seeking to establish or organise national geography associations and those that promote geography as an academic discipline and geographers in the workplace. 

It is clear that spatial skills and geographical information on the Web are increasingly important. The roles that geography and geographers play are being challenged by these new geo-opportunities. Those involved with the EUROGEO association are seeking to monitor and support these developments.

More: http://www.eurogeography.eu/

 

 

 
Current Issue
The brain as a multi-layered map. Scales and reference points for pattern recognition in neuroimaging - Margarita Zaleshina, Alexander Zaleshin
Planning, Urban Sprawl and Spatial Thinking - Maria Jesus Gonzalez Gonzalez
The role of geographical maps in territorial disputes between Japan and Korea - Arnon Medzini
Language awareness in Geography education: An analysis of the potential of bilingual Geography education for teaching Geography to language learners - Michael Morawski, Alexandra Budke
Learning Geography with underground maps - Juan Antonio Garcia Gonzalez
SIGECAH as a tool for the collaborative learning of Social Sciences in Andalusian Secondary Schools - Angel Ignacio Aguilar Cuesta
Monitoring soil erosion by raster images, from aerial photographs to drone taken pictures - Eugenia Perez, Pilar Garcia
Active sport tourism in Poland: Environmental conditions and motivational aspects - Rajmund Tomik, Gerard Kosmala, Agnieszka Ardenska
Spatial analysis of tourist activities and services in the historic city: The cases of Malaga and Plymouth - Daniel Barrera Fernandez, Marco Hernandez Escampa
The city from complex system theories. An approach to the study of Malaga urban area - Carlota Angela Escudero Gallegos
Volume 8, No 1, 2017