The 4th issue of the EWC Statement Series is available with outstanding content on the field of Human Rights Education (HRE), Democratic Citizenship (EDC) and Intercultural Understanding (ICE).
As usual, the EWC Statement Series
bring together scholars and other education professionals to publish
their views on current research and scholarly debates that concern the
region in terms of HRE, EDC, and ICE.
In this issue, with the contribution of Vitor Tomé, Andrea Petõ,
Monique Eckmann, Audrey Osler, and Jan Šerek, the 4th Issue comes with
relevant discussions that go from the promotion of pluralistic societies
through education, to the prevention of hate speech -especially through
With the statement series, the European Wergeland Centre (EWC) wants to make the results of
theoretical debates and empirical studies available for non-academics
and invite them to actively make use of them.
Facilitating access to research is an important part of the EWCs
mandate. Undoubtedly, the 4th issue of the Statement Series will enhance
the critical reflection on the importance of promoting diversity
through the exercise of democratic citizenship.
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