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

Advisory Group


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In the framework of the EU CONVINCE project, an online course in English/French was created to help teachers, educators, school leaders, education trade unions and education employers to better deal with citizenship-related topics in a broad sense. The e-learning course is built on the successful and innovative tips, advice and good practices exchanged and discussed during the project. The course includes three modules: on Definitions and Frameworks, Specific Contexts and Issues, and The Whole School and a Rights-Based Approach To Education, and covers such issues as teaching in multicultural learning environments, teaching controversial and sensitive issues, inclusion and ICT, etc.

The MOOC took place between 29 April and 9 June 2019:

  • Duration: 6 weeks
  • Working languages: English/French
  • Commitment: 4-5 hours per week
  • Requirements: participation in 2 weekly discussions and completion of 5 quizzes
  • Credentials: certificate of participation

All the materials of the course (except the weekly discussions) are available to the public on the Global Campus of Human Rights.

We encourage you to promote the MOOC among your affiliates through the media and dissemination channels of your organisation. You  find various materials (flyer, video teaser, Tweets, and others) at your disposal on the MOOC webpage. Please note that there is an option of French subtitles for the video teaser.