For the second time in a row, NECE (Networking European Citizenship Education), the European platform of citizenship educators, will launch the NECE CAMPUS 2021 to provide a platform for discussion, interaction and networking for stakeholders of citizenship education in Europe and beyond.
Set against a backdrop of continued disruption induced by the pandemic and the stark inequalities that have been subsequently exposed, and to a great extent exacerbated by the onset of the Covid crisis – the NECE campus […]
SOLIDAR Foundation is fully endorsing the proposal to launch a European Agency for Citizenship Education (EACE) that was developed by Values Unite. The proposal puts the basis for an EU body that would focus solely on the promotion of a European dimension to citizenship education, ensuring that all learners have access to the opportunity to build up civic competences while also that EU values are instilled in all EU citizens, ensuring the sustainability of the European […]
Student representatives have an important and influential role in the national and institutional governance (design, decision making and implementation) processes of educational policy, curriculum and assessment. We hope that these guidelines and recommendations provide the right tool to incentivise student-led advocacy efforts for the enhancement of democratic citizenship education in Europe.
A qualitative research analysed existing educational policies with the purpose of ascertaining whether, to what extent, and how GCE is integrated into formal primary education in 10 selected EU countries.
The International Cooperation Centre completed the translation of the document that defines the Italian multi-stakeholder and multi-level strategy on GCE. The translation – realised thanks to the financial contribution of AICS, within the project Nuove narrazioni per la cooperazione (New Narratives for International Cooperation) – is still unofficial, as it waits for the formal approval by the numerous subjects involved in the drafting of the original document in Italian.
Thanks to the English version, however, the Italian reflection, practices, and debate scale up: we bring them to the international level, and the Italian case becomes part of the discussion on quality education, civic […]
Bridge 47, in collaboration with Fingo, brings you this online training that offers an opportunity to make a reflective and proactive pause during these times shaken by Covid-19. The training aims to generate collective intelligence on Global Citizenship Education (GCE). GCE is broad and complex because it gathers diverse fields of action and cultural perspectives. There are many different ideas on what the problems are and how we should go about solving them.
Set against the ongoing drama of Brexit, NECE is coming to Glasgow in an attempt to explore the issue of inequalities and their effects on the development of young people’s political identity. We are particularly interested in the way in which deprivation (especially in the context of widening inequality) affects the thinking of young people with regard to themselves as citizens of a city, a country or of the international community.
If citizenship education supplies knowledge and promotes participation among structurally disadvantaged groups, […]