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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

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EPALE Publication 2019: Citizenship Education in Austria and Europe: objectives, methods and future prospects

Language: EN
Document available also in: DE

Posted by Eva Baloch-Kaloianov

Adult education plays a key role in imparting knowledge about democracy, politics, political processes and social structures, particularly important in times of economic and social change. It should empower people so that they are in a position to exercise their rights and help shape the way in which society progresses.

 

What is citizenship education? How and where does it take place? What are thematic key aspects, approaches, methods? How should we structure courses for citizenship education and how can the education of democracy be implemented for adults?

 

These were the central questions of the fifth EPALE conference ‘Citizenship Education in Austria and Europe: objectives, methods and future prospects’ held on 13 June 2019, jointly organised by EPALE and Erasmus+ Adult Education.

This publication covers the various contributions made at the conference and will be available in English, soon. 

Resource Author(s): 
EPALE Österreich [Hrsg.]
Publication Date:
Tuesday, 24 September, 2019
Type of resource: 
Open Educational Resources
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