What framework conditions are necessary for citizenship education in schools? What knowledge and competences are to be taught? What approaches are there in the transformation countries? What are the approaches and concepts in the European countries? At what points are there commonalities, where are differences, and wherein do these lie? What are the challenges for citizenship education?
Tahany Shemis, Misr Elkheir Foundation (Egypt)
Interner Link: Anu Toots, Professor of Comparative Public Policy, Tallinn University (Estonia)
"Engaging the Youth - Building the Future: Teaching European Democratic Citizenship": The project’s aim is the analysis and identification of the drawbacks of the existing EU-related content, and the development of new pedagogical content, didactic material and the delivery of teacher training, focusing on specific EU topics through the lens of citizens’ participation.
presented by Marinko Banjac, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Interner Link: Factsheet Engaging the Youth (163 KB)
Introduction & Moderation:
Petr Cáp, Civic Education Centre (Czech Republic)
Interner Link: Dina El-Wakil, The Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute (Egypt)