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Regional Baltic Summer Academy

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The Regional Baltic Summer Academy "Local Partnerships for Human Rights through History" focus in particular on how human rights can be promoted in history teaching.


What A whole school approach training program to promote education for democratic citizenship with a particular focus on history teaching.

For Teams of teachers and their school heads, NGOs and parents’ associations, local authorities and students

How Online preparatory tasks. 7 days of face-to-face. Systematic follow up for up to 3 months

Organized by? The European Wergeland Centre, the Lithuanian Ministry of Education and Science, the Education Development Centre and the Council of Europe

Working languages English

Financed by The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Council of Europe, the Lithuanian Ministry of Education and Science, the Education Development Centre, The European Wergeland Centre.

EWC Experts:  Ulrike Wolff-Jontofsohn, Larisa Vasileva, Elizabeth Kasa-Mälksoo and Žilvinas Gailius 

For more information, download the general description and call for 2016:

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The European Wergeland Centre

Caroline Gebara

Senior Advisor
+47 45 06 86 08
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Ms Gebara is a Senior Adviser at the European Wergeland Center and leading the Regional Summer Academy program. She has long-standing experiences in education, in particular in human rights education. She has managed and been engaged in various capacity building programs in Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East developed under the framework of the League of Arab States, the EU and the Ministry of Development Germany. Her work addressed issues of professional development of educators, youth participation and HRE in post-conflict settings. She is a member of the CoE Consultative Group on HRE for Young People. She holds a MA in Social Science and Human Rights from Berlin University.

The European Wergeland Centre

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