CENESA is a sub-regional network that brings together civic and democracy education organizations to share and exchange experiences, resources and best practice approaches on how to deal with related regional challenges.
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Community Advocacy and Awareness Trust
Save the dates to be to be part of the CRAWN Trust women’s convention.
Date: Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th August 2021
Join NECE as they host the First event of the presentation of selected projects.
When: Thursday, 14th October 2021
Project: A micro-level Peacebuilding Method: Peace Garden
CENESA 2nd e-conference on Civic Education
NECE CAMPUS 2021 CALL FOR PROJECTS: May – October 2021
The voting process for the projects of the NECE CAMPUS 2021 is over and the community has selected a number of highly interesting and innovative projects for presentation at the CAMPUS! Be it presentations, workshops, Pecha Kuchas or a project market – the event series couldn’t be more diverse, and we are thrilled to already present you large parts of the CAMPUS programme on our website – check it out and stay tuned for more events to be added and for registration to open!
Siasa Place focusses on everyone in the community being heard on local issues and being involved in country processes. In 2021, the organization put together a publication expounding on the different programmes that are running and speaking to these two focus points involving the community.
The Federal Agency of Civic Education/bpb is working on the online publication “The Making of Citizens in Europe and North Africa.” This publication is based on the general situation of Citizenship Education as well as specific topics relevant to the chosen countries.
The project seeks to support the authoring of Country Specific Profiles on Civic Education which will then be published on the bpb website for use by Civic Education academics and practitioners across the globe.
For more information on ways to be part of this exciting project, click here.