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Interviews

The NECE Interviews keep interested people and participants of the NECE network informed. In this section each interview covers a different perspectives on Europe in respect to recent politicial changes and deals with the question what citizenship education in these contextes can mean.

Prof. Haci Halil Uslucan, Universität Duisburg

Haci Halil Uslucan about the Turkish-European Relations

The political situation between Turkey and Europe is currently very tense. The Turkish government has created quite a stir on a number of occasions by making provocative comments against Germany and the Netherlands. Yet it is precisely these two countries that have taken in Turkish migrants for decades. NECE spoke to Professor Haci Halil Uslucan, Professor for Modern Turkish Studies and Integration Research at Duisburg-Essen University about the threat to democracy and Turkey's prospects of joining the EU. Weiter...

Frau Meijvogel-Volk

Meijvogel-Volk about the Democracy in the Netherlands

After the defeat of the right-wing populist party PVV in the parliamentary elections in the Netherlands, many Europeans have been relieved. But in how far we might speak about a defeat at all, since the PVV gained five more seats in Parliament? We spoke to Tatjana Meijvogel-Volk from ProDemos – House for Democracy and the Rule of Law about the elections results and their effect to the work of civil society platforms like NECE. Weiter...

Almut Möller

Brexit and what it means for Europe

To many continental Europeans it came as a complete surprise when the grand old United Kingdom suddenly became a real-life satire in the aftermath of the EU membership referendum. But Brexit raises some fundamental questions for the EU as a whole, and the remaining member states have to work harder to keep the promise of prosperity, security, and cohesion of the EU-27. Weiter...

Demonstration in Łódź, January 23trd, 2016

Interview with Alicja Pacewicz, Vice President of The Center for Citizenship Education (CCE) in Poland

In October 2015, the Law and Justice Party won the elections in Poland and gained the absolute majority in the parliament. NECE talked with Alicja Pacewicz, Vice President of The Center for Citizenship Education (CCE), about the rapid changes in her country following last year´s change of government. Weiter...

 

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Meijvogel-Volk about the Democracy in the Netherlands
NECE.eu spoke to Tatjana Meijvogel-Volk from ProDemos – House for Democracy and the Rule of Law about the elections results and their effect to the work of civil society platforms like NECE. Read here.

Haci Halil Uslucan about the Turkish-European Relations
NECE spoke to Haci Halil Uslucan, Professor for Modern Turkish Studies and Integration Research at Duisburg-Essen University about the threat to democracy and Turkey's prospects of joining the EU. Read here.

NECE Magazine 2016
The NECE Magazine brings you up to date on citizenship education in Europe and its neighboring countries.
www.bpb.de/system/files/dokument_pdf/161107%20NECE_Magazin_Web.pdf

Civic Education in Eastern Europe - bpb publishes collection of essays as free e-book in English and Russian
The Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung/bpb) has published the book "Civic Education and Democratisation in Eastern Partnership Countries". The publication is available as a free e-book in English and Russian language.