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Starting from 2019, civic and citizenship education represents one of the main thematic focus areas of the CCP. Within the focus on civic and citizenship education, CCP aims to promote and facilitate cross-regional, interdisciplinary and transcultural exchange, to ensure a lasting and purposeful knowledge transfer as well as to deepen and expand the CCP Alumni Network. With this initiative, CCP aims to intensify the exchange between civil society actors, strengthen civil societies across the world, and help create long-lasting partnerships ranging from Central, South and Southeast Asia to countries of Eastern Partnership and Russia, North Africa, the Near and Middle East and Latin America and the Caribbean region.
The workshop will be facilitated by renowned experts in the field of civic education, Nelly Corbel (executive board member, NACE) and Susanne Ulrich (CAP, LMU Munich). It will focus on Gender Empowerment, Deradicalization and Antidiscrimination as well as Social Entrepreneurship.
Selected sessions of the event will be live-streamed on the ifa Youtube channel as well as within the framework of the Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education (EENCE) citizenship education week 'The Art of Living Together'. The livestreams are freely accessible to anyone interested.
'What does feminism actually mean? Approaches from the history of the East-West European Women's Network?'
By Dana Jirous, OWEN e.V.
'Women's rights and gender equality in different cultural contexts'
By Denise Hirao, independent consultant
'How to overcome institutionalised discrimination? A discussion from Belarus to Tunisia'
With Dr. Harald Weilnböck, Head of Research, Strategy Development and International Networking at Cultures Interactive e.V., Moez Ali, president of UTIL, and Olga Karatch, Director of NGO 'Our House'
Panel discussion 'Social Entrepreneurship: Challenging inequalities in practice'
With Ziad Haddara, NACE, and Margalita Japaridze, Neighborhood - Multifunctional Center
The CrossCulture Programme (CCP) enables professionals and committed volunteers to think outside of the cultural box! The fellowship recipients gain professional experience in host organizations in Germany or in one of the over 40 partner countries. The goal of the occupational stays abroad is to strengthen lasting civil society networks between Germany and countries across the globe.