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Stakeholders
Who are the important stakeholders when it comes to citizenship education in the different countries? Are they coming primarily from the private/ non-governmental or public sector? The following section gives a glimpse in the situation in the different countries. The following section gives you an impression of the situation in the different countries.

Citizenship Education in Austria

Stakeholders: Austria

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Education and Women’s Affairs’ Citizenship Education Department is responsible for supporting schools and teacher training institutes in their work. To this end it uses an external service provider called Zentrum polis – Politik Lernen in der Schule (Learning about politics in school)

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Civic education in Bulgaria

Stakeholders: Bulgaria

Citizenship education is the area of interest for a variety of stakeholders, including local, national and EU-based political entities, public institutions such as research institutes, ministries of education and youth, agencies for youth, university research centres, schools, teachers syndicates and

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Citizenship education in the Czech Republic

Stakeholders: Czech Republic

There is an abundance of stakeholders for citizenship education. This article only mentions those that were actively engaged

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Civic Education in Denmark

Stakeholders: Denmark

Key stakeholders in the field of citizenship education in Denmark can be divided into six main categories. First, stakeholders are academics in the field of research at University level, for the most part engaged in forming the theoretical and conceptual framework of citizenship education, and but to a lesser degree, involved in conducting concrete empirical research. The most important actor in the field of research, science and expertise in citizenship education in Denmark is

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Civic Education in Germany

Stakeholders: Germany

Alongside school-related activities, another important aspect of citizenship education is engaging both younger and older students outside the classroom, in a variety of non-formal learning opportunities sponsored by state and social authorities. Extracurricular citizenship education activities are supported or have been financed by

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Country Profile Morocco

Stakeholders: Morocco

Citizenship education in the Moroccan context is also influenced by many different stakeholders each of whom play a vital role to promote citizenship education through Non formal education and formal education. There are clearly a wide range of stakeholders involved in citizenship education at local, regional and national level, including

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Country Profile Netherlands

Stakeholders: Netherlands

During the election campaign of 2015 the leader of the Christian Democratic Party proposed an obligatory national service to fight indecent behaviour and aggression among young people. Under the leadership of his party mandatory community service-learning was introduced at secondary schools nationwide in 2011. Eighty one percent of the parents supported the

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Country Profile Poland

Stakeholders: Poland

The long list of CE stakeholders includes: schools – pupils and students, parents, teachers and headmasters; Ministry of Education and its agencies, local government educational offices, local and national activists and politicians, media, universities, experts and general public. An important place on the map of CE – both formal and informal – is occupied by NGOs, which co-create programmes and materials, organise trainings

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Country Profile Slovenia

Stakeholders: Slovenia

Key stakeholders in the field of citizenship education in Slovenia can be divided into three categories. First, stakeholders in the field of research, science and expertise forming the theoretical and conceptual framework of citizenship education in Slovenia. Second, stakeholders involved in the systematization, preparation of the curricula and content for citizenship education in the formal educational system.

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Country Profile Spain

Stakeholders: Spain

The subject of “citizenship education” created controversy among politicians and the Catholic Church as well as opposition ranging from parents associations to Catholic NGOs. Some people considered the subject too important to merely be taught in schools and wanted to see more pedagogical tools and programs for more experiential learning, while others

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Country Profile Tunisia

Stakeholders: Tunisia

The legal tapestry and the civil space in the area of citizenship education, especially in the transitional process, highlights the multitude and the difference of the stakeholders, along with the diversity of their objectives and working methodologies, which makes it difficult to draw up an exhaustive list of all the players

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Country Profile UK

Stakeholders: UK

There are a range of key stakeholders who have evolved around the renewed emphasis on citizenship education since 2002. They include: NGOs such as the Citizenship Foundation (CF), Amnesty International, UNICEF, CND, Oxfam and the Red Cross; professional organisations and networks such as the Association for Citizenship Teaching (ACT) and Citized, a network of teacher educators and researchers; lobby groups such as

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تكوين المواطنة في أوروبا وشمال إفريقيا

تكوين المواطنة في أوروبا وشمال إفريقيا

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European societies, albeit at different paces, have undergone profound changes in the fabric of their populations due to EU enlargement, European Citizenship, globalization and migration processes. Traditional concepts of citizenship and citizenship education in Europe have to be revised in the light of these developments.

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