Discussed Schools for Democracy in Ukraine

Schools for Democracy in Ukraine

Norway's Ambassador to Ukraine Ole T Horpestad visited EWC while in Oslo earlier this May. During the meeting Ana Perona-Fjeldstad and Iryna Sabor presented EWC's ongoing work in Ukraine in support of educational reforms.

Participants during a school visit

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.

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.

New programme on teaching controversial issues

Teacher Trainings

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. 

Participants at the training in Kharkiv

Building democratic schools for a better society

Schools for Democracy in Ukraine

“If we want to live in an democratic society we need to start with building a more democratic school!” That is the commitment of the 42 schools taking part in the second cycle of the EWC Schools for Democracy Programme in Ukraine. 

Khrystyna Chushak takes part in a workshop for the New Ukrainian School Reform Group

EWC contributing to new Ukrainian national curriculum

Schools for Democracy in Ukraine

Khrystyna Chushak, National Coordinator for the Schools for Democracy programme, recently joined the New Ukrainian School Reform Group, developing the new National curriculum to be launched in 2019.

Call for Norwegian Students

Learning Democracy at Utøya– Polish-Norwegian Youth Meetings

There are still places for teams of students and teachers from upper secondary schools in Norway for a 3-day workshop with Polish peers at Utøya. Applications are processed consecutively

Participants at the seminar

POLIN-EWC – A strong partnership

The final seminar in the Faces of Diversity project “Interculturalism, civic and human rights issues in history education” showed that POLIN and EWC have built strong links through exchange of ideas and experiences since the start in 2014. This again provides a solid foundation for further collaboration with exciting new projects in the pipeline.

Five year's anniversary conference for the Regional Summer Academies in 2015

Bringing policy to practice

The Kosovo Academy / Greek Summer Academy / Regional Baltic Summer Academy / Regional Summer Academy Montenegro / Regional Summer Academy Poland / The Slovak Academy

An external evaluation report concludes that the Regional Summer Academies are important examples of how Council of Europe educational policies, like the Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education, can be implemented in practice.

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