2018 is coming to an end, but the programme "22. July and Democratic Citizenship" continues with renewed strength in 2019. Here is a summary of some of our activities in 2018, which will also continue in 2019.
In September, EWC organized a training course on how to deal with controversy through education for trainers from Nordic and Baltic Countries. The course will contribute to the establishment of a Nordic-Baltic trainer network in citizenship and human rights education in the region.
EWC Executive Director Ana Perona-Fjeldstad took part in a panel discussion on Learning for democratic citizenship and inclusive social development at the UNESCO Regional Consultation for Europe and North America in Strasbourg, October 24.
The Council of Europe has chosen Oslo and the EWC's ten year's anniversary celebration to launch the European Campaign FREE to SPEAK, SAFE to LEARN - Democratic Schools for All. The anniversary conference and campaign launch will be held in Oslo, Norway, 14-16 November 2018.
EWC Executive Director Ana Perona-Fjeldstad took part in a high level panel at the seminar "Minority and Migrant Rights in Europe in the era of Populism: Boosting Benefits and Addressing Challenges". The seminar was organized by the Croatian embassy in Oslo and PRIO September 10, 2019.