NECE 2019 aims to explore the issue of inequalities in the development of young people’s citizenship and political identity.
We will ask how deprivation – in its various forms and especially in the context of widening inequality – affects the way that young people think of themselves as citizens of a city, a country or of the international community.
Read more about this conference.
Want to know more about the concept behind this year’s conference topic?
Have a look at the conceptual notes by NECE Advisory Board members Nelly Corbel, Global Civic Consulting, and Michalis Kakos, Leeds Beckett University. Download here the conceptual note by Nelly Corbel. Michalis Kakos’ note you can download as compact short version or as in-depth long version.
To help you prepare for the conference, we have compiled some background reading material to the main topics in our READER. It is based on our own – selected – review of the literature and on recommendations from our speakers and panelists. Enjoy!
NECE 2019 will provide a platform for more than 40 speakers and more than 400 participants from Europe and beyond to discuss the challenges of growing inequalities for citizenship education. Everyone is invited to join these discussions, present their research, their reflections and their examples of good practice. The diverse conference programme with its panels, workshops, lectures, field trips and Open Spaces will give space and opportunity to develop ideas for an adaption of tools and instruments in and out of schools towards disadvantaged youth (and citizens).
You can download the programme as PDF.
Also take a look at the programme of the PARALLEL SESSIONS!
The conference will be facilitated by NECE Advisory Board member
Nelly Corbel, Global Civic Consulting, Egypt/France