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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 a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Boris Jokić, Zagreb
Boris Jocić (Zagreb) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Michalis Kakos, Leeds
Michalis Kakos (Leeds) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.



Claudia Lenz, Oslo
Claudia Lenz (Oslo), is a member of NECE's new international advisory board.

Markus Lux, Stuttgart
Markus Lux (Stuttgart) is a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung)



Niccolò Milanese, Paris
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 member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)



Louisa Slavkova, Sofia
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 a member of NECE's new international advisory board. (© 2017 Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.)



Further Advisory Board’s Members (not interviewed):



Claire Demesmay, Berlin

head of the German Council on Foreign Relations’ Franco-German Relations Program since 2009

Hessel Nieuwelink, Amsterdam

senior lecturer and researcher at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (the Netherlands)

 

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Please take a look at the new NECE Newsletter: NECE Newsletter 04/2017 (html-Version)

MAPPING TRANSITION IN EASTERN EUROPE: Experience of Change after the End of Communism,
edited by Louisa Slavkova
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European Civic Academy - NGOs as Drivers for Enhanced, Civic and Democratic Spaces in Europe,
30 September - 1st October 2017 in Bruxelles.
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Inside Our Blind Spots - What we report and what we don't see.
Medienkonferenz in Kyiv on 5-8 October 2017.
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'Hard to Reach' Focus Group - 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. The group is now seeking a more appropriate name as we encourage more people to…

Short Interview with Jon Worth

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.

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.

MAPPING TRANSITION IN EASTERN EUROPE: Experience of Change after the End of Communism, edited by Louisa Slavkova
Click here for the publication