Fifteen Working Groups will work at EENCE in 2021
This is a record number since the beginning of the Network’s existence!
Each member of the Network can initiate the creation of a Working Group. A group is considered established if it consists of at least three participants from three countries.
This year, the Network’s activists initiated the creation of 16 groups, and only one of them did not have a minimum representation.
So, in 2021, the following 15 Working Groups will work in EENCE:
- Women in local communities (leader- Narine Teknejyan, Armenia)
- Instructional design in citizenship education (Vitali Nikanovich, Belarus)
- Social entrepreneurship and innovation (Gulnara Ismailova, Azerbaijan)
- Resilience for Civic Educators and Education (Sophia Shakirova, Russia)
- Civic education in working with discriminated groups (Viacheslav Kaigorodov, Russia)
- Citizenship Education in Formal Education (CEFE) (Nato Gamtsemlidze, Georgia and Martin Thalhammer, Germany)
- Online civic education (Ilia Safronov, Ukraine)
- ART for ACT: Art as a tool for civic education and civic action (Rymma Mylenkova, Ukraine)
- Research in the field of civic education (Helga Melnik, Belarus and Yuriy Petrushenko, Ukraine)
- Civil Journalism as a tool for the formation and development of Civil Society (Tetiana Kuznetsova and Valery Balayan, Ukraine)
- Citizenship Education at Territorial Conflict Zones (Nazarii Boiarskyi, Ukraine)
- Mainstreaming SDGs into CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION and fostering the Global 2030 Agenda (Viorica Olaru, Moldova)
- History and human rights (Siarhei Salei, Belarus)
- Youth & Citizenship education (Narine Teknejyan, Armenia)
- Creative tools of CE: animation and more… (Tatevik Hakobyan, Armenia)
The Network had 12 Working Groups in 2020
Information about the results of some of them can be found on our website.