• The European Wergeland Centre

    New programme on teaching controversial issues


    School leaders and teachers from the Nordic countries are invited to apply for a pilot training programme on teaching controversial issues such as violent extremism and radicalization. 

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  • The European Wergeland Centre

    Call for Polish and Norwegian Students


    The call is now out for a 3-day workshop in Norway for teams of students and teachers from upper secondary schools in Poland and Norway. Deadline for applications is May 15, 2017.

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28/ Apr/ 2017

Learning to do things differently

Practicing Citizenship

One of the best ways of learning is seeing how other people do things. For the 33 education professionals from the Russian Federation who attended the recent seminar in the Practicing Citizenship programme, a visit to a Montenegrin school was a welcome source of inspiration.

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27/ Apr/ 2017

EWC Activity Report 2016

In 2016, EWC capacity building activities reached 4188 multipliers from 26 members states of the Council of Europe. That is a 93 percent increase compared to the previous year, according to the EWC’s activity report.

6/ Apr/ 2017

New programme on teaching controversial issues

Teaching Controversial Issues in the Nordic Countries

School leaders and teachers from the Nordic countries are invited to apply for a pilot training programme on teaching controversial issues such as violent extremism and radicalization. 

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