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15.4.2019

Women in Local Communities, Blended Learning, SDG and much more: joint projects of the network members/ Женщины в местных сообществах, смешанное обучение, устойчивое развитие и пр.: совместные проекты участников сети

Thanks to the financial support of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, it was possible for the network members of 2018 to realize a wide spectrum of projects./ Благодаря финансовой поддержке МИДа сети удалось реализовать широкий спектр проектов.

Here you can find all reports and documentations of the funded projects:

1. SDG – Fostering Sustainable Development via Citizenship Education in Moldova, Ukraine and Russia

Moldova
During this project the institutionalization of SDGs was analyzed in Russia, Moldova and Ukraine. The aim of this project is to raise awareness about the SDG campaign through workshops and informative sessions for youth. The project received positive feedback from the parties involved and proved that there is still a demand to do more needs-oriented activities within the field of the SDGs and to start by a thorough assessment, highlighting particularities of each country – Moldova, Ukraine and Russia.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (2,04 MB)

2. "Approaches on Usage of Blended Learning in Citizenship Education"

Armenia
This project intends to increase the competencies of educators who are working on the topic of citizenship education, by using blended learning and the agreed plan of common actions in order to develop this approach in the countries introduced to EENCE.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (363,26 KB)

3. Women in Local Communities

Armenia
''Women in local communities'' is a training course for 7 countries and organizations of the EENCE network that intends to increase practical skills and practical competencies of 10 experts, trainers, educators in the framework of the topics of gender equality, women’s rights, focused on social institutions, entrepreneurship, also share experiences and discuss action plans and future work for 2019.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (1,52 MB)

4. Strengthening the Capacity of Organizations that are involved in Citizenship Education and Citizenship Education Promotion

Georgia
This project aims to multiply the training model for citizenship education program managers. The plan is to develop an electronic manual containing 15 citizenship education lessons' methodology for managers and trainers. Manual materials will be useful for the development of both short-term training workshops and long-term educational programs; manuals will be available for Network member organizations and experts but also for all other interested parties.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (364,93 KB)
PDF-Icon The Manual as a PDF-file (in Russian)

5. Working Group: EENCE Institutionalization - Initial steps towards EENCE Institutionalization

Armenia
Through taking the initial steps of promoting and enabling EENCE organizational development and institutionalization, the project fosters the potential of the EENCE Network for self-sufficiency, self-dependence and sustainability.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (472,76 KB)

6. The strategical meeting of the Working Group "Political Education"

Belarus
The strategic planning and the discussing of the action plan by the Working Group on Political Education is being shown in a training video on the developed terminology and approaches of the project. In early November the Working Group organized a strategical meeting in Vilnius (Lithuania) to discuss and develop our common understanding of the terminology and challenges facing political education in different countries.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (365.85 KB)

7. History of EENCE – Video materials

Georgia
The project consists of 2 short videos which do not only describe the history and journey of EENCE but also its activities and engagement in other events. This project represents all the aspects of the Network so that interested parties can have a clear understanding of what our Network is, how it works and what our goals are. The materials will be used on our website and social media to promote our values and achievements since 2015.

PDF-Icon The report as a PDF-file (362.9 KB)


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