NECE correspondents

Sigrid Steininger, Bundesministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung / Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research
Patricia Hladschik, Zentrum polis – Politik Lernen in der Schule / polis – The Austrian Centre for Citizenship Education in Schools

Louisa Slavkova, Freelancer Citizenship Education

Dr. Caroline Hornstein-Tomic, Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences

Czech Republic
Petr Cap, Civic Education Centre

Søren Winther Lundby, Global Citizen

Ph.D. Riitta Korhonen, University of Turkau at Rauma

Dr. Corine Defrance, National Centre for Scientific Research

Mimis Petridis, Freelancer Citizenship Education

Jonas Büchel, Director of the Urban Institute, Riga

Prof. Dr. Irena Zaleskiene, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences

Claudia Lenz, The European Wergeland Centre

Dr. Alicja Pacewicz, Center for Citizenship Education
Kacper Nowacki, Center for Citizenship Education

Tomaž Pušnik, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences
Marinko Banjacm, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences

Prof. Dr. Concepción Naval, University of Navarra, Office of Educational Innovation

The Netherlands
Tatjana Meijvogel-Volk, ProDemos – House for Democracy and the Rule of Law,

United Kingdom
Ph.D. Bryony Hoskins, University of London, University of Southampton


NECE Newsletter 03/2020

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Useful information ahead of the EU elections on
Going to the polls can make a difference, as Brexit and other electoral shocks have shown. Elections do matter! Read more about it here.

Interview with Sarah de Lange
Our new Advisory Board member, Sarah de Lange, introduces herself to NECE. Read the interview here.

NECE Conference 2018: Brave new Worlds?! The Future of Democracy and Citizenship Education
6 - 9 September 2018, Marseille (France)
Conference documentation available here.

Lorenzo Marsili on the parliamentary elections in Italy
NECE asked Lorenzo Marsili in what way the results of the parliamentary elections in Italy fit in Europe’s current political landscape. Read the comment here.

bpb statement to the Public consultation on EU funds in the area of values and mobility
The consultation took place as part of the preparations for the Multiannual Financial Framework which will define and shape the EU Budget after 2020. Click here for the PDF-Icon statement and the PDF-Icon questionnaire.

DARE (Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe) Mini-conference on Populism and Democratic Resilience
14 June 2018 in Nafplio, Greece
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25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Training and Development Course: Mediterranean Dialogue
April 21-26 2018 in Marseille
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Eurydice Brief: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017
In an age where the importance of citizenship education is becoming apparent to deal with the current threats to fundamental European values, many countries are implementing changes in their national policies. Read more here

NAME CHANGE: “Hard to Reach” Focus Group now “All-in network” - Your chance to get involved!
Labelling learners as “Hard to Reach” immediately suggests that the problem lies with the learner rather than the educational system.
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MAPPING TRANSITION IN EASTERN EUROPE: Experience of Change after the End of Communism, edited by Louisa Slavkova
Click here for the publication

Civic Education in Eastern Europe - bpb publishes collection of essays as free e-book
The publication is available in English and Russian language.