Co-operation Projects

Many national initiatives have discovered counterparts in other countries within the continuously-growing network, and it has given birth to several transnational projects. Here you will find some of the latest pan-European projects launched within NECE.

NECE - Co-operation Projects


Since 1999 Kumulus e.V. has been carring out JuniorVoting in Germany. Alongside the election of the Lower House of the German Parliament, election of the parliament as well as the European Election simulated pupil elections are prepared and implemented during lectures in the class room. The aim of this project is to practice and to experience democracy. At the NECE networking conference "Networking for the European Parliament Elections 09" 2008, the foundation of the European Network "JuniorVoting" was initiated, which carry out pupil elections parallelly to the European Election in several countries. Weiter...

NECE - Co-operation Projects

GrafStat - Software for Empirical Studies in Civic Education

GrafStat (=graphs and statistics) is a comprehensive programme for statistical survey projects, which by now has proven its usefulness in German citizenship education for more than 20 years. It helps to integrate sociological research methods and computers as important tools into civic education classes. Weiter...


NECE - Co-operation Projects

Vote Match Europe

Vote Match Europe is an educational tool that has the potential to promote European citizenship to better inform citizens about elections for the European Parliament (EP), teach voters about the programmatic differences between the contesting parties and to increase the voter turn out. Weiter...



Countdown to EU Elections 2014 - Debating Europe Vote 2014
With unemployment at record levels, rising extremism and popular discontent, Europe needs to hear its citizens’ voices!
Debating Europe Vote 2014 is the first ever pan-European online e-Vote, launched one year before the European Parliament elections in May 2014. The online project will host a series of online debates, live chats, and physical events, designed to enable Europe’s citizens to question MEPs (and prospective MEPs) on the issues facing Europe, and help make up their mind about who to vote for in the European elections.
The results will be presented directly to the European Parliament each month.
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NECE Conference 2014, 16-18 October 2014, Vienna (Austria)
The next NECE Conference will take place in Vienna (Austria). We are going to look at the meaning of the centenary of the First World War for European citizenship today and ask how citizenship education can help solve or prevent conflicts and frictions at the local, national and transnational level. Further information will be available in the coming months.

Pre-registration is possible via e-mail: