The EU CONVINCE project seeks to provide teachers, other education personnel, school leaders, as well as the education institution community as a whole with tools and methods to deliver inclusive quality education to all and better deal with citizenship related issues both in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities.

Advisory Group

  • Odile Cordelier SNES-FSU France
  • Claudio Franchi FLC-CGIL Italy
  • Janina Glaeser GEW Germany
  • Laura Widger Waterford Institute of Technology Ireland
  • Daniel Wisniewski EFEE EU
  • Fred Verboon ESHA EU

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On 14-15 November 2019 in Warsaw, around 100 participants representing ETUCE, EFEE and ESHA member organisations, and other stakeholders in education (including parents and students associations), took part in the closing conference of EU CONVINCE project ‘EU CONVINCE: Democratic citizenship, common values and inclusive education’. Participants had the opportunity to discuss challenges and opportunities of implementing democratic citizenship and inclusive education in their national contexts, as well as match these challenges with good practices from different educational institutions and different countries.

Interactive working group sessions took place with a view to discuss the practical implementation of project’s Partners Joint Statements on Citizenship Education & EU Common Values and on Inclusive Schools Within the Context of Diverse Societies, at European, national and local level. Furthermore, a training session on teaching controversial issues was showcased live from the MOOC ‘Citizenship and Human Rights Education for Change’.

EU CONVINCE Conference on Democratic citizenship and Inclusive education, 14-15 November, Warsaw, Poland

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