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Conference Pre-Workshop: 1914 – 2014: Conflicts and the role of citizenship education in conflict management and reconciliation

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Conference Pre-Workshop: 1914 – 2014: Conflicts and the role of citizenship education in conflict management and reconciliation

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In preparation for the NECE Conference in Vienna in October 2014, the NECE Initiative hosted the European Workshop “1914 – 2014: Conflicts and the role of citizenship education in conflict management and reconciliation” from 30 March -1 April 2014 in Belgrade (Serbia). A number of scholars, multipliers and civil society stakeholders from South-Eastern Europe were invited to discuss conflicts and the role of citizenship education in Europe today. The reference point of the workshop was the First World War, due to the fact that this war is still regarded as “The Great War” in many countries. Moreover, it shows a strong presence in collective memories, in expressions of national identities as well as in remembrance days and memorials. Yet, this is not the case everywhere in Europe and the world: In Germany, for instance, the Second World War and the Holocaust occupy a vast space in the German culture of remembrance, whereas the First World War plays a rather subordinate role which has considerably more significance in the neighbouring countries. This discrepancy in remembrance and interpretation of a globally encompassing event in recent history will become evident in 2014, as the outbreak of the First World War reaches its centenary.

The NECE Workshop provided an open exchange platform for discussing concepts, definitions or projects that tackle multiple aspects of and perspectives on the overall topic, which might be relevant at the NECE Conference in Vienna 2014.

Interner Link: Workshop Programme
Interner Link: List of Particpants
Interner Link: Biographies
Interner Link: Statement by Thomas Krüger
Interner Link: Input by Nenad Sebek
Interner Link: Input by Vedran Dzihic

Date

30 March - 01 April 2014

Conference Venue

Externer Link: KC Grad
Braće Krsmanović 4
Belgrade (Serbia)

Hosts

Interner Link: Federal Agency for Civic Education/ bpb (Germany)

In co-operation with

Externer Link: Austrian Federal Ministry of Education and Women's Affairs (Austria)
Externer Link: ProDemos (the Netherlands)

Externer Link: Civic Education Centre (Czech Republic)
Externer Link: Citizenship Education Centre (Poland)


Externer Link: 
University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Supported by

Externer Link: Robert Bosch Stiftung
Externer Link: Cultural Center GRAD (Serbia)
Externer Link: Goethe Institut Belgrade (Serbia)
Externer Link: Civic Initiatives (Serbia)
Externer Link: eurotopics (Germany)

Contact

Externer Link: lab concepts GmbH (Germany)
on behalf of Federal Agency for Civic Education/bpb
Phone +49 (0) 30 252 932 56
E-Mail Link: nece@lab-concepts.de

Contact/bpb

Federal agency for Civic Education/bpb
Petra Grüne
Adenauerallee 86
53113 Bonn
Phone +49 (0) 228 99515-289
E-Mail Link: gruene@bpb.bund.de

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