Toby Gazeley joined Euclid Network in March 2021 after completing a Schuman Traineeship with the European Parliament’s Committee on Culture and Education, where he contributed in particular to the European Education Area initiative.
Toby currently leads Euclid Network's work on policy, the Transition Pathway for the Proximity and Social Economy and the European Social Enterprise Monitor. He has a particular interest in European affairs, especially in the potential of international mobility experiences, such as those offered by Erasmus+, to have transformative effects on peoples’ lives.
Toby graduated with an MA in European Policy from the University of Amsterdam in 2020. He has dedicated his academic focus to understanding how imaginations of European community and citizenship can be stimulated through educational and cultural policies.
What's happening inside the Brussels bubble when it comes to the social economy? Euclid Network policy lead Toby Gazeley deciphers the latest news from the EU capital and tells us what to look out for next.
There’s plenty going on inside the Brussels bubble that will affect how the social economy is supported – or not – around the European Union. Toby Gazeley deciphers the latest news from the EU capital and tells us what to look out for next.