Workshops

Guiding questions for the workshops: Share your comments!


We would like to draw your attention to the questions that will guide the workshop sessions starting Friday 18 November at 2:30 pm at Fabryka Trzciny.

In the parallel workshop sessions participants will discuss from a practical perspective how educationally disadvantaged groups can be addressed through citizenship education. In each workshop, there will be presentations of projects from all across Europe. Take a look at the list of projects to be presented in the conference programme: http://blog2011.nece.eu/node/2


Call for projects – The presented projects at the workshops


We are pleased to announce varied projects from all over Europe. Today, “Library Development Program” (Workshop III):



The Library Development Program is a nationwide project aimed at strengthening the potential of public libraries located in villages and small towns. Thanks to the program, modern and active libraries make it easier for residents to participate in social and economic life.


Call for projects – The presented projects at the workshops


We are pleased to announce varied projects from all over Europe. Today, “Civic Money. Participation in budgeting on the local level ” (Workshop V):




Call for projects – The presented projects at the workshops


We are pleased to announce varied projects from all over Europe. Today, “Standing on the threshold of Europe ” (Workshop VI):




Call for projects – The presented projects at the workshops


We are pleased to announce varied projects from all over Europe. Today, “Berlin: The Inner City Model School Initiative” (Workshop III):

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Outdoor Workshop: Learning method - a playful Access to Citizenship Education


The goal of the workshop is to show urban games as a useful method of teaching democratic values.

The urban game as a method of education gives both the educators and the games participants great learning possibilities. Not only does it change reception of the city itself but also it teaches how to work in a group, how to think in a more open and creative way. Games could also be the way to teach different values (such as civil courage) or history knowledge and much more.


Conference workshops - Call for projects and papers will be launched soon


Within the next days more background information on the conference workshops will be published at the NECE website. Also a call for projects and papers will be launched this week. Stay up-to-date by visiting the NECE blog and the NECE website regularly.

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