How useful are Conductive Education's
Starting in the nineteen-eighties Conductive Education has seen a variety of national and international member organisations come and go around the world, with a range of purposes and of eligible individual and institutional members.
What benefit are such organisations?
PhD student Adrienn Oravecz at the Károly Eszterházy Károly Főiskola, in Eger, Hungary, is possibly the first to examine this question empirically. She is currently doing so by means of an online questionnaire. This appears directed specifically to benefits for conductors from membership of such organisations:
She mentions specifically ECA, ACENA, IPA, CEPEG, PCE, NZFCE, the Austrian, Belgian, French and Hungarian Conductive Associations, and the CE section of the Hungarian Pedagogic Society, but leaves spaces for respondents to insert others.