More than 70 education professionals from Georgia and the Russian Federation shared good practices in citizenship education at a Networking Conference in Tbilisi, Georgia, last month.The conference was organized by EWC in partnership with the Association of the Schools of Political Studies of the Council of Europe and the Tbilisi School of Political Studies as a part of the Practicing Citizenship programme.
Working closely with the national trainers of the Schools for Democracy Programme, Irpin school No 2 has become a regional hub for implementation of the principles of democracy in secondary schools in the Kyiv region.
The first Slovak and Czech Regional Academy "Building Inclusive School Environments for All" took place outside Bratislava November 2-6. The participants confronted their own prejudices, discussed controversial perspectives and prepared projects to build democratic and inclusive school environments back home.
EWC has contributed to several workshops on the Council of Europe’s Competences for Democratic Culture (CDC) in September. A greek German teacher got so engaged that she traveled to Germany to learn more.
The participants at the Council of Europe Pestalozzi workshop "Education for all: Building inclusive and supportive school environments in contexts of change" in Drammen, left Norway with concrete plans for change and fresh motivation.