Ronald G. Sultana is Professor of Educational Sociology and Comparative Education at the University of Malta, where he directs the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research (EMCER).He is the founding editor of the Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies (est. 1996) and has studied education in Malta, the UK, New Zealand, and the USA, where he was Fulbright scholar at Stanford University.
Much of his work relates to the linkages between education, development, and the world of work, and focuses on issues of equity and social justice. His research has taken him to several countries in the Mediterranean region and Europe, and he has been involved in projects with such entities as UNESCO, UNICEF, GIZ, the ILO, the Commonwealth Secretariat, and the European Union.
He has published 25 volumes and over a hundred articles and chapters in refereed journals and books. Most of them can be consulted in the EMCER website.