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Civic and Citizenship Education – learning lab
February 9 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm CET
Time: 9 February 2-5pm CET
Are you eager to get a deeper insight on what civic and citizenship education is all about? Do you want to learn more on a theoretical level and get some practice at the same time?
Join this learning lab to explore how to differentiate between civic and citizenship education and develop a common understanding of these concepts. You will have the space to reflect with peers on learnings, and share some good practices as well as tools and methods that will help you work intentionally and with clear ideas and objectives on your current or future projects in the field. The learning lab will allow you to discover the competencies needed and how to ensure that you and your team can develop them and transfer them to your target groups.
The workshop covers:
● the definition of civic education and citizenship education
● a practical part including common reflection
● an understanding on which values, skills, knowledge and attitude are needed to cover the topic in different ways and with different target groups
● space for peer exchange among participants
You will experience:
● an interactive online session delivered by experienced facilitators
● a good balance between input and practice
● room for your questions and peer exchange
The workshop is for you if:
● you are planning or implementing projects in the field of civic and citizenship education
● understand what you might want to focus on when working with your target groups on the topic
● you want to connect to other project managers and practitioners to exchange and learn from each other
Linnéa Mühlenkamp has been working as a Program Manager at MitOst e.V. for almost seven years. She is passionate about creating educational spaces for young people to become active in society. In addition to her work at MitOst, she is the co-founder and First Chairperson at TraumWerkStadt, a local association in Ruhr area where she focuses on organisational development and community building. With the Toolbox she touches upon process architecture for organisational change and the development of teams. As facilitator, Linnéa loves creating equal and safe spaces, always working process-oriented in her projects in Germany and Tunisia.
Nurana Mammadova has been working as a facilitator, youth worker, mentor, and youth programs’ coordinator and supervisor for the last decade. She is part of various trainers’ pools across the globe and passionate about non-formal education and the art of facilitation, which paved her way to working with thousands of social actors from Europe, Africa and Asia. She has expertise in trainers’ and mentors’ education, project management and citizenship education and youth work. She is a member of the Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education. At the moment she is a national mentor of EU4Youth Alumni Network, Leading trainer of Policy Lab and member of the experts’ team of the 100 million Stars Initiative. Her academic background includes global economics, international relations and human rights.