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What’s on your mind? Remarks collected at the final day of the conference.


Three days of intensive work and discussions provide everyone with a lot of impressions, ideas, and food for thought. We have been asking you: What's on you mind? What was your impression, what made you think, what are you taking home, what did you like, and what not? Here are some of the quotes we collected.

Getting to know NECE practices – dialogue facilitators Katharina Müller & Siamak Ahmadi

Katharina Müller, Siamak Ahmadi with Christoph Müller-Hofstede (1st on the left)

The project ‘Youth Religion Democracy – Citizenship Education for young people in a migration society' aims to empower young people by initiating a process of dialogue and understanding that helps pupils to express their thoughts and needs – and by avoiding readymade answers.

Access to Citizenship Education: contributions by David Kerr and Erik Flügge


During the second day of our conference we all gathered in the Theatre Hall to listen to the lectures made by two speakers - Erik Flugge (Sinus Institute, Berlin) and David Kerr (Educational Programmes at the Citizenship Foundation, London) - connected by the common topic: "Access to (Citizenship) Education and its Impact for Political and Civic Participation.

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