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20.12.2016

Workshop of the focus group in October 2016: Principles and standards for Citizenship Education (CE)

In the beginning of October 2016, the focus group members met again. The purpose of the workshop was to develop principles for Citizenship Education for the projects of the members of the focus group from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, to get an overview about approaches and methods in CE, to try some methods out and to develop the EENCE (Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education). A set of ideas for further steps was collected, now they have to be coordinated and gradually to be filled with life.

4 -7 October 2016 in Tbilisi, Georgia

The purpose of the workshop was to
  • develop principles and standards for Citizenship Education (CE) for the projects of the members of the focus group from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine
  • get an overview about approaches & methods in CE and try some out
  • develop the EENCE (Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education)
Professionals from NGOs and administration in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine took part in workshop.

PDF-Icon Programme (engl.)
PDF-Icon Programme (russ.)
PDF-Icon Participants list
PDF-Icon Protocol (engl.)
PDF-Icon Protocol (russ.)
PDF-Icon Benedikt Widmaier: Political Education in Germany

Documentation and information of Citizenship Education of the participating organizations



Conference Venue

Coral Boutique Hotel
Uznadze Street 113B
0102 Tbilisi City
Georgia

Hosts

Federal Agency for Civic Education (Germany)

MitOst e.V.
Financially supported by Federal Foreign Office


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