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Thursday, 24 October, 2019 - 09:00
Networking European Citizenship Education Conference 2019.
24 – 27 October 2019, Glasgow
ANGEL members may be interested in this years NECE conference, focusing on "Confronting Inequalities! The Role of Citizenship Education"
The Networking European Citizenship Education (NECE) platform is a European initiative on citizenship education which has been initiated and managed by the German Federal Agency for Civic Education.
Further details about this free conference can be found on the event webpage: http://www.nece-conference.eu/
"Set against the ongoing drama of Brexit, NECE is coming to Glasgow in an attempt to explore the issue of inequalities and their effects on the development of young people’s political identity. We are particularly interested in the way in which deprivation (especially in the context of widening inequality) affects the thinking of young people with regard to themselves as citizens of a city, a country or of the international community.
If citizenship education supplies knowledge and promotes participation among structurally disadvantaged groups, it may support them to raise their voices in a public discussion and defend their interests as citizens of a democratic society. Can and should citizenship educators be more focussed on working with disadvantaged groups, thereby contributing to social and political change?
What kind of knowledge and critical reflection are needed for such an engagement to be successful?
NECE 2019 will explore these core questions by inviting leading scholars, practitioners and initiatives from civil society from all over Europe, the Southern Mediterranean and Eastern partnership countries. They will present new research, new reflections and new examples of good practice in citizenship education. More than 20 lectures, workshops and panels and two ‘Open Spaces’ will provide a platform which may help to develop ideas for an adaption of tools and instruments in and out of schools towards the disadvantaged youth (and citizens)."