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NECE Advisory Board

The NECE Advisory Board is an international committee of experts and stakeholders of European citizenship which will provide structural and programmatic input alongside the NECE partners – helping NECE and citizenship educators to deal with current and future challenges for democracies in Europe and beyond.

How Advisory Boards Members see their mission and the tasks of NECE

Nelly Corbel, Paris / Cairo
Nelly Corbel (Paris / Cairo) is the founding executive director of Global Civic Consulting, the co- founder of the Lazord Foundation and the secretary of the Networking Arab Civic Education founding committee. She is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.
Nelly Corbel (Paris / Cairo) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Boris Jokić, Zagreb
Boris Jocić (Zagreb) is research associate at the Institute for Social Science in Zagreb focusing on educational sciences. He is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.
Boris Jocić (Zagreb) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Michalis Kakos, Leeds
Michalis Kakos (Leeds) is a senior lecturer in education at Leeds Beckett University (UK) where he leads a postgraduate programme on inclusive education. He is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.
Michalis Kakos (Leeds) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Niccolò Milanese, Paris
Niccolò Milanese (Paris) is a founding director of European Alternatives, a poet and a philosopher. He is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)
Niccolò Milanese (Paris) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)



Jan-Werner Müller, Princeton
Jan-Werner Müller (Princeton) is a professor of politics at Princeton University, where he is also the founding director of the project in the History of Political Thought at the Center for Human Values. He is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)
Jan-Werner Müller (Princeton), is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)



Louisa Slavkova, Sofia
Louisa Slavkova (Sofia) is director and founding member of Sofia Platform, a democracy and civic education organization. She is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)
Louisa Slavkova (Sofia) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)



Karolina Wigura, Warsaw
Karolina Wigura (Warsaw) is head of the Observatory of Public Debate of Kultura Liberalna (Liberal Culture). She a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)
Karolina Wigura (Warsaw) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)




Further Advisory Board’s Members (not interviewed):

Caroline Hornstein Tomic, Zagreb
Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences

Verena Ringler, Essen
Responsible for Stiftung Mercator’s Europe Cluster since 2013

Mads Vestergaard, Copenhagen
Centre for Bubble Studies, University of Copenhagen


Former Advisory Members

Claudia Lenz, Oslo
Claudia Lenz (Oslo) is working as a teacher educator at the Norwegian School of Theology. She is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.
Claudia Lenz (Oslo), is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Markus Lux, Stuttgart
Markus Lux (Stuttgart) is head of the Department International Relations – Europe and its Neighbours of the Robert Bosch Stiftung. He is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung)
Markus Lux (Stuttgart) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung)

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NECE Newsletter 02/2018
http://nece.lab-concepts.de/newsletter/NL_0218.html

NECE Conference 2018: Brave new Worlds?! The Future of Democracy and Citizenship Education
6 - 9 September 2018, Marseille (France)
Conference documentation available here.

Lorenzo Marsili on the parliamentary elections in Italy
NECE asked Lorenzo Marsili in what way the results of the parliamentary elections in Italy fit in Europe’s current political landscape. Read the comment here.

bpb statement to the Public consultation on EU funds in the area of values and mobility
The consultation took place as part of the preparations for the Multiannual Financial Framework which will define and shape the EU Budget after 2020. Click here for the PDF-Icon statement and the PDF-Icon questionnaire.

DARE (Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe) Mini-conference on Populism and Democratic Resilience
14 June 2018 in Nafplio, Greece
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25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Training and Development Course: Mediterranean Dialogue
April 21-26 2018 in Marseille
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Eurydice Brief: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017
In an age where the importance of citizenship education is becoming apparent to deal with the current threats to fundamental European values, many countries are implementing changes in their national policies. Read more here

NAME CHANGE: “Hard to Reach” Focus Group now “All-in network” - Your chance to get involved!
Labelling learners as “Hard to Reach” immediately suggests that the problem lies with the learner rather than the educational system.
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MAPPING TRANSITION IN EASTERN EUROPE: Experience of Change after the End of Communism, edited by Louisa Slavkova
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Civic Education in Eastern Europe - bpb publishes collection of essays as free e-book
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