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Practicing Citizenship

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An advanced training program in education for democratic citizenship and human rights for teachers, school administration, university professors and other education professionals from the Russian Federation.

What A training program promoting citizenship and human rights education, through organisation of seminars and trainings for representatives of the education system and civil society organisations engaged in civic education.

For school and university students, school administration, parents, university professors and other education professionals, representatives of the local community and civil society organisations

How seminars, trainings and master classes

Result Dissemination of principles, knowledge and competences in accordance with the CoE Charter on EDC/HRE, support of application of Council of Europe policies into practice 

Organized by EWC in cooperation with the Association of the Schools of Political Studies of the Council of Europe

Working language Russian

Financed by The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

EWC Expert 

The programme is based on the outcomes of the previous 3-year project (2013-2015) implemented in partnership with the Moscow School of Civic Education.

For more information on the previous project please see the publication Modern Practices in Citizenship Education

For more information on the achievements of the programme in 2016, please see the Vol. II of the Modern Practices in Citizenship Education, publication. Language of the publication - Russian 

Project responsible Contact us
The European Wergeland Centre

Valentina Papeikiene

On leave until November 2019
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Valentina Papeikiene is responsible for the programme "Practicing Citizenship" which envisages a series of trainings for teachers and education professionals of the Russian Federation.

Papeikiene holds a Master's degree in Business Management of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania, and has long-term experience of managing and facilitating various European mobility and capacity building projects in higher education. Prior to her employment at the EWC, she worked as the Head of International Programmes Group at the International Relations Office of the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania.

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