• The European Wergeland Centre

    Call for Norwegian Students


    There are still places for teams of students and teachers from upper secondary schools in Norway for a 3-day workshop with Polish peers at Utøya. Applications are processed consecutively

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  • The European Wergeland Centre

    Children create interactive human rights exercises


    Students at the Baku European Lyceum in Azerbaijan used learning apps to create interactive human rights exercises

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«Educating for Democracy and Human Rights»

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News

Preparing training modules based on Signposts

An EWC expert group has adapted the Council of Europe publication Signposts so that it can be used in teacher training.

12/ Jun/ 2017

Teaching Controversial Issues in the Nordic Countries

Teachers, school leaders and representatives from Ministries of Education and other stakeholders from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden spent three days at the European Wergeland Centre and Utøya, exploring the Council of Europe manuals "Teaching Controversial Issues" and "Managing Controversy".

7/ Jun/ 2017

Explored possibilities for collaboration

The Executive Secretary of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), Mr Paulo Abrao visited EWC on 2 June.

7/ Jun/ 2017

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