7 June 2013, Leicester (United Kingdom)
EAEA and NIACE Conference "The European Year of Citizens 2013 - The challenges and opportunities for adult learning"
Through inputs from members of the EAEA, this conference explores the wider role of learning for active citizenship across society and in European countries. Its programme includes speeches that will set the context as defined by academics, policymakers and leaders, and also includes workshops headed by practitioners.
For more information: »http://www.eaea.org/index.php?k=118723«
Call for participants
The Young European Citizen's Convention – summer school, 7-17 July 2013, Cluny (France)
The convention offers a real democratic working space to 60 participants from up to 30 different countries, which allows them the opportunity to discuss their future, to exchange ideas with other young Europeans and reflect upon and produce a joint European project in an environment of mutual listening and respect. The central theme of the summer school is Europe and the European Union.
Apply now! »http://www.e-urope.net/about-the-summer-school/step-1-apply-now/«
More information: »http://www.e-urope.net«
Call for Presentations
2nd Global Conference: The Citizen...in the 21st century, 7 - 9 November 2013, Athens (Greece)
Citizenship studies must take an interdisciplinary perspective, crossing and combining political, sociological, cultural, economic and trans-disciplinary understandings, to better gauge the developments of the contemporary citizen. In this way, we need to look beyond the legal and political dimensions and also understand the social and cultural practices of citizenship. Deadline for submission: 13 September 2013
More information: »http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/probing-the-boundaries/hostility-and-violence/the-citizen-in-the-21st-century/call-for-presentations/«