Admission of new Members, finalization of Strategic documents, Activity planning: what did the EENCE Coordination Council do
The active work of the Members of the new Network Council began immediately after the end of the Summit of Civil Education in Batumi. At an Online meeting of the Council in November, its Members assigned “areas of responsibility” to themselves, as well as priorities.
First of all, an algorithm was approved for organizing the admission of new Members to the Network. As a result, by the beginning of Spring 2020, 10 Organizations and 8 Experts from all Countries of the region, as well as the UK, had replenished the EENCE roster.
Members of the Council also finalized sections of the Regulations of the Network, which related to the organization of the Working Groups work.
In particular, it was agreed that the creation of Working Groups can be initiated once a year, and also that it is possible to join Working Groups during the first 6 months from the official start of the Groups work.
On February 27, the EENCE Coordination Council met in Minsk with the Rector of the Academy of Postgraduate Education Andrei Monastyrny (pictured above in the center)
The Rector of the Academy spoke about the activities of his institution, shared the Results and Success Stories. The Members of the Coordinating Council introduced the Rector of the Academy to the work that EENCE Members is carrying out in the countries of the Eastern Partnership in the field of Civic Education. Both sides expressed hope for fruitful Cooperation in the future.
The Network Coordinating Council includes Tatevik Hakobyan (Armenia), Narine Teknejyan (Armenia), Kristine Kandelaki (Georgia), Vitaut Rudnik (Belarus), Helga Melnik (Belarus), Yury Petrushenko (Ukraine).