Contribution to Norway’s strategy to prevent hate speech

EWC Director Ana Perona-Fjeldstad gave a talk at the round table conference organized by the Norwegian government in January in preparation of the upcoming governmental strategy on prevention of hate speech.

Prevention of hate speech in Bergen

EWC gave a talk and invited the 300 teacher students present to discuss how teachers can prevent hate speech at Bergen University College.

Citizenship competences for adults

EWC contributes to the Lithuanian project "Improving Citizenship Competences in adult education". Early in January adult educators from Lithuania participated at a training for trainers in Oslo, Norway.

Looking towards the future

The final conference for the project "Promoting citizenship education in the Russian Federation 2013-2015" took place in Istanbul 2-4 November. Participants looked back at what had been achieved while at the same looking ahead at new possibilities for the future

Kosovo* Academy for change

Amid huge challenges Kosovo* is facing such as raising corruption, distrust in political institutions, inclusion of minorities, 33 school heads, teachers and parents’ representatives from the Pristina municipality met in Prizren, to learn, to exchange, to identify human rights challenges faced daily in schools. And to plan for changes.

Teaching about religions

On November 12 and 13, the Centre for Inclusion in Education (ZBI) at the University of Hildesheim staged two events related to the topics of the topics of teaching about religions and non religious convictions and of religious diversity as an element of intercultural education in general. Both events were co-organized by EWC and the Coordinating Group for Religion in Education (CoGREE).

Training of Trainers in Ukraine

The European Wergeland Centre is inviting experienced trainers and educators residing in Ukraine to apply for participation in a Training of Trainers.

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