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NECE 2016 – Networking European Citizenship Education – Conference "Crossing Borders. Migration and Citizenship Education in Europe" / 10-12 November 2016, Zagreb, Croatia (Lisinski Concert Hall)

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Conference Blog & Documentation, Interviews, etc.

Externer Link: http://blog.nece.eu/

Against the background of a global "refugee crisis" deeply affecting the state of the European Union and its neighbours, NECE 2016 aimed at two areas: Firstly, we have looked at the ongoing European response to the issue of migration including the divisions within and between European societies. Secondly the conference discussed how citizenship education should react to the polarising debate and the controversies about migration, diversity and identity which have been triggered by migration movements and an unprecedented series of terrorist attacks in the past 18 months

According to political scientist Ivan Krastev, there is a clear danger that the "migrants’ revolution" will radically change European politics and the world view of many on the continent towards exclusion and closure. The refugee crisis seems to re-open the gap between the East and the West in Europe and between those who see cosmopolitan values as a threat and those who are struggling to defend these as the core of a new European identity.

In order to successfully participate in this debate and add new perspectives, NECE 2016 suggested to focus on three questions of fundamental relevance for citizenship educators:

  • How do we assess the uncertainties and changes brought about by migration and a "world without borders" over the past decades?

  • What kind of competencies, tools and/or projects do we need to deal with fears about migration and the ‘other’ and how should citizenship education look like e in diverse societies?

  • And against the background of the crisis of Europe and the European Union: What should be our vision for the future of Europe, its values and its political constitution?

NECE 2016 strived to act as:

  • An intellectual think tank involving a broad variety of international experts with different and controversial perspectives.

  • A European and international platform for stakeholders of civil society, scholars and citizenship educators.

  • A show case for good projects and a starting point for new ideas, concepts of citizenship education and transnational projects across Europe, its Eastern neighbours and countries of North Africa.

NECE 2016 offered a rich variety of lectures, workshops, and open formats/spaces, among them a ‘Train the trainer’ workshop on controversial and sensitive topics in formal and non-formal learning, and a scenario workshop on the future of Citizenship Education in a world shaped by migration and plurality.

Participants were invited to actively prepare and invest in the conference.

A spotlight on Croatia and the state of citizenship education and ‘field trips’ to Croatian initiatives and organisations working on citizenship and migration provided background information about this years’ conference location.

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Impressions from the NECE 2016 conference in Zagreb, Croatia


Impressions from the NECE 2016 conference in Zagreb, Croatia

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NECE conference report 2016

Conference report by Christoph Müller-Hofstede
Interner Link: Article by Noha El-Mikawy

Conference programme


Conference Programme
Interner Link: Conference Programme (short version)
Interner Link: Dossier of biographies

Welcome speech

Interner Link: Welcome speech by Thomas Krüger

Keynotes & presentations

Interner Link: Keynote by David Goodhart
Interner Link: Keynote by David Kerr
Interner Link: Keynote by Michalis Kakos
Interner Link: Abstract for Roundable Discussion by David Goodhart
Interner Link: Abstract for Roundtable Discussion by Antonija Petricusic
Interner Link: Abstract for Roundtable Discussion by Jan Schneider

Scenario Exercise

Externer Link: Presentation of Scenarios
Interner Link: Presentation of Oliver Gnad
Interner Link: Scenario Participants List

Participants

Interner Link: List of participants

Hosts


Interner Link: Federal Agency for Civic Education (Germany)
Externer Link: ProDemos (the Netherlands)
Externer Link: Federal Ministry of Education (Austria)

In co-operation with


Externer Link: Civic Education Centre (Czech Republic)
Externer Link: Citizenship Education Centre (Poland)
Externer Link: DARE Network (Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe)
Externer Link: University of Ljubljana – Faculty of Social Sciences (Slovenia)


Supported by

Externer Link: Erste Stiftung (Austria)
Externer Link: Robert Bosch Stiftung (Germany)

Partner of the NECE conference 2016 are

Externer Link: Centre for Peace Studies (Croatia)
Externer Link: Goethe-Institut Kroatien (Croatia)
Externer Link: GONG (Croatia)
Externer Link: Knowledge at Work Foundation (Croatia)

Contact


 labconcepts GmbH (Germany)


 on behalf of Federal Agency for Civic Education/bpb


 Phone +49 (0)30 259 429-10
E-Mail Link: nece-croatia2016@lab-concepts.de

Contact/bpb


Federal Agency for Civic Education

Petra Grüne

Adenauerallee 86

53113 Bonn

Phone +49 (0)228 99515-289

E-Mail Link: gruene@bpb.bund.de

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