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 context of the CONVINCE project, an online questionnaire has been developed to collect the views of ETUCE, EFEE and ESHA members on the challenges and good practices related to civic and citizenship education. Combined with a desk research, it also aims acknowledge and pair-up challenges and good practices related to promoting citizenship and values of freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination through education, with a particular focus on secondary education, both within school-curricula (formal learning) and in extra-curricular activities (non-formal learning).

The survey consists of multiple-choice questions with open boxes for additional information on national experiences and views. The research survey is divided into 6 chapters:

  • Civic education and democratic-school culture;
  • Teaching in multicultural learning contexts for intercultural dialogue in formal and non-formal education;
  • Teaching controversial and sensitive issues;
  • E-safety issues: Misinformation, digital responsibility and ICT critical-thinking;
  • School-leadership and ‘the whole school approach’;
  • Inclusive education to prevent radicalisation and extremism

Research Report