Citizenship education challenges and trends in Eastern partnership region: cases of EENCE countries
This topic will be presented by EENCE members at the online session within the framework NECE Conference 2021: COMMITTED TO CHANGE! Reimagining the future of citizenship education in Europe.
The session will be held on October 29, beginning at 9.10 am.
The EENCE network will be represented at the conference by:
➡Emil Ordukhanyan, EENCE, The Center for Citizenship Education and Political Studies NGO, Armenia Emil Ordukhanyan
➡Tatevik Hakobyan, EENCE, “Women’s Republican Council” NGO, Armenia Tatevik Hakobyan
The workshop is dedicated to the research and comparative analysis of the current state, development and trends of CE in above mentioned countries as a look from inside since the time they gained independence and during the pandemic.
While creating a platform for the long-term exchange between Post-Soviet countries especially in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Russia, EENCE has faced and addressed trends and challenges about the current state and future development of civic education in those transforming societies.
Alongside with the above mentioned, the recent pandemic has also become a reason for similar trends in CE in EaP countries as compared to EU countries as well as has spread light on significant differences and has revealed diverse experiences and strategies for CE.
The NECE conference 2021 is a hybrid event with limited number of participants on site at Les Ateliers des Tanneurs in Brussels and a wide range of online participation opportunities, such as livestreaming, online workshops and digital networking formats.
Online networking, the project market and the digital Open Space will also take place on Gather.town.
Participants will receive access data for all online parts of the programme after prior registration.
More information at www.nece.eu.