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We often forget that citizenship educators are citizens, too


Nelly Corbel on the limits to citizen education in times and regions of conflict and the role of transnational help and networking.

 

We don't need a new concept of citizenship education


David Chandler about whether we need a new concept and discourse on power and conflicts in citizenship education and what insights he got from the workshop.

Towards a xenophobic Europe?


Rainer Münz about the causes for the rising xenophobia and what should be the response from politics and citizenship educators.


Workshop 4 - The rise of populism in Europe: What should we know? How should we react?


In recent years, populist and right-wing parties, as well as ultra-conservative and eurosceptic movements, have experienced a massive surge all across Europe. Viktor Orbans Fidesz in Hungary, the Sverigedemokraterna in Sweden, the Front National in France, the Alternative für Deutschland in Germany. How can citizenship education respond to these developments? What causes of populism can we identify in the first place? The workshop with Nick Startin and Ivan Krastnev, hosted by Caroline Hornstein Tomic set out to discuss these questions.

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.

NECE 2004-2014: European Citizenship Education in the making


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.

Doing nothing is not an option: Europe needs to get involved!


Jan-Werner Müller on the capacity and responsibility of Europe to assume its position as a relevant international player in tackling the dangers of populism and crises, such as in the Middle East and Ukraine.

 

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