NECE

Conference: The Impact of Cultural and Citizenship Education on Social Cohesion

Networking European Citizenship Education (NECE) Conference

10.12.2009
This year's NECE Conference focused on the discussion connected to theoretical perspectives and educational practices against the backdrop of growing social erosion in Europe. The conference examined the applicability of general areas as well as specific topics from the scope of cultural and citizenship education, contrasting them with good practices and examples of success stories. The conference aimed at two specific outcomes. The first one was to provide a comprehensive examination of the comparability of national educational concepts at the European level. The second one was to deliver an in-depth description of the forms of access to the major target groups, both at schools and in extracurricular youth and adult education. We had invited experts and multipliers from curricular and extracurricular youth and adult education to attend.

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  • Gallery: Impressions from Vilnius
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  • Gallery: Conference Workshops
  • Gallery: Closing Event

    Opening Event



    Friday, 4 December 2009


    • Carsten Lenk, Robert Bosch Stiftung (Germany), Introduction of the fellowship programme 'Civic Education in Action' for young Europeans – a co-operation between the bpb and the Robert Bosch Stiftung
    Statement
    Panel Contributions

    Workshops/Statements


    Saturday, 5 December 2009



    Speech
    • Fernando Vallespin, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) "Economic Crisis and Political Change: A Return to Modernity?"
    Panel Contributions

    Information


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    Am Hofgarten 18
    53113 Bonn / Germany
    Tel +49 (0) 228 2498 115
    Fax +49 (0) 228 2498 111
    nece-vilnius@lab-concepts.de

    Press contact


    Federal Agency for Civic Education
    Public Relations Management
    Adenauerallee 86
    53113 Bonn
    Tel +49 (0)228 99515-200
    Fax +49(0)228 99515-293
    presse@bpb.de



     
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