NECE Campus 2020

CALL FOR PROJECTS 

We are looking for projects and initiatives on citizenship education and democracy, the future of Europe, and sustainability to be presented on the NECE CAMPUS in the following formats: online seminar, lecture, discussion, open space, training.
Apply now and submit your project until 15 July 2020!
Please check out the details and any further information.

Preliminary T I M E L I N E

10 June 2020:  NECE CAMPUS kick-off

11 June 2020

July/August 2020

Online seminar: Options for European strategies for citizenship education (tbc)

  • Online seminar: Sustainability and Interdependence: Citizenship education in a global framework (tbc)

September/ October 2020

  • Online seminar: Transnational collaboration in a post-pandemic world (with NECE partners, experts and educators from the MENA Region, Africa and Eastern Europe) (tbc)
  • Training: Tools for citizenship education in the virtual world: Trainings and webinars (tbc)

October 2020

  • Digital Barcamp: Ideas, topics and projects for the Berlin conference and beyond (tbc)

5 – 7 November 2020 

  • NECE 2020 Conference “Reconnecting in a post pandemic world. Citizenship education for democracy and sustainability” in Berlin (hybrid event)

#digitalNECE #NECEcampus

The NECE CAMPUS 2020 (June to November 2020), will create digital spaces for educators, experts in citizenship education, civil society actors and others who are interested in shaping the agenda of the NECE Conference in Berlin, November 5-7 2020.

More on the conference and it’s aims here.

Be it online seminars, panel discussions, training sessions or bar camps – the NECE Campus 2020 will use possibilities of the virtual space to discuss visions, values and practices for an educational and civic engagement in a post-pandemic world and to create a community for the NECE Conference in November.

Working with experts, trainers and practitioners, we will offer tools that may help us to work together in digital spaces and online political learning (– without forgetting the invaluable role of real-life human interaction for democracies).

Building trust and a collaborative spirit among the often-fragmented actors in citizenship education and civil society will be a major aim of our efforts in the coming months. 

More information about the planned can be found below.