Responses to populism and Euroscepticism


Nicholas Startin on the rise of populism in Europe and the question of how citizenship education should respond to Euroscepticism and populistic currents.

We need to tell stories in citizenship education


Kris Grimonprez about values in citizenship education, the connection between European values and European law and the role of storytelling.

 

Normative disintegration presumes that there has been a common norm to begin with


Lynn Davies, Professor Emeritus at the Universtiy of Birmingham, about how citizenship education should deal with conflict and violence and whether there has ever been something like a normative European platform to 'disintegrate' from.

Take advantage of the tools you have!


Ludwig Adamovich junior, former president of the Austrian Constitutional Court and legal advisor to the Federal President of Austria on the importance of NECE for forming a sense of European citizenship.

Wake up, you giant!


Jan-Werner Müller

The end of history will mean the end of great ideologies. This is what Francis Fukuyama proclaimed in his famous essay 'The End of History' after the Fall of the Berlin Wall and the consecutive disintegration of the Soviet Union. However, it would not be a happy end. Instead, it would feel more like a living museum. That Europe has by no means become a museum was the first, but maybe also the last reassuring message of today's first lecture by Jan-Werner Müller.

Friday: a preview


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