More than 50 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova, Ukraine and Poland will discuss on 14-15 October the outcomes of the Citizenship Education Caravan as well as the results of the Network’s work in 2021-2023. The meeting will also include the election of the EENCE Coordinating Council.
The first day of the Caravan-Saray will include discussions on the challenges for civic education in Georgia, where civil society has recently faced attempts to restrict civil liberties.
This will be followed by a discussion on the outcomes of the Caravan, during which the national coordinators will present their vision of the project’s results and lessons learnt.
An important event of the day will also be a discussion on the future of civic education development in the Eastern Partnership countries and neighbouring countries of the region.
Caravan-Sarai participants will discuss priorities for the development of civic education in the region, strengthening partnerships and improving communication between providers, as well as other important issues in the format of the World Café.
The second day of the meeting will be devoted to the report of the Coordinating Council, as well as the election of the new Council members.
Caravan-Saray is organized by Eastern-European Association for Citizenship Education under support of the Federal Agency of Citizenship Education of Germany (bpb) and funded by German Foreign Office. The local partner of Caravan is a Civic Education Teachers’ Forum (CETF, Georgia).