The curriculum is intended for students and teaching staff in general secondary education, university professors, trained in the initial and continuous training of pedagogues, curriculum designers, specialists from local specialized bodies in the field of education, authors of textbooks and methodological guides, parents, members civil society, as well as all decision-makers interested in education. The Education for Society curriculum aims at a complex process of training skills for a culture of democracy, capitalizing on the following key concepts: identity; diversity and pluralism; responsibility; conflict and communication; rules and law; governance; equality; rights and freedoms; mass media. Also, the curriculum proposes debating some current and controversial topics, including: radical views, corruption and integrity, populism, fake news, online citizenship, propaganda and manipulation, citizens’ apathy to get involved in public/political life, etc.
"Education for society" is a mandatory discipline aimed at the socio-humanistic education curriculum area and aims to develop students' skills for a democratic culture.
advocacy, civic activism, civic participation, civil society, critical thinking, European integration and global citizenship, gender equality, human rights, inclusion, intercultural interaction, media literacy, SDGs, social diversity, social entrepreneurship, sustainable development, volunteering
Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Moldova
In order to enhance sustainability of civil society in the Eastern Europe with an improved operational environment and amplified linkages to civic education the EENCE Summit 2019 was held in Batumi, Georgia on October 4-6, 2019.Visit page