EWC Resources

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Tasks for Democracy

TASKs for democracy – 60 activities to learn and assess transversal attitudes, skills and knowledge is a handbook for practitioners in formal and non-formal educational settings, developed within the Pestalozzi Programme Community of Practice of the Council of Europe. The handbook focuses on competences for democracy in all areas of education for educational professionals. Link […]

Teaching Controversial Issues

The videos were developed within the framework of the Step Up DC – Student Teachers’ Practices for Democratic Culture project (2019 – 2022), funded by Erasmus+. EWC expresses a particular gratitude to Prof. Dr. David Kerr, Ted Huddleston and Prof. Dr. Bojka Djukanovic for their support in the development of these resources.

EWC Annual Report 2020

Together with our partners we explored new ways to promote education for democracy and human rights, reaching more than 70 000 education professionals, educators and students through online activities, digital learning and wide-reaching learning communities in 23 countries.  2020 put the centers ability to adapt and be flexible to the test, and we are happy and proud […]

Democracy Through Visual Art Education

Funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the project provides support for higher education institutions and universities in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Mac­edonia and Serbia, that are interested in modernizing their teacher education courses, with an aim to improve the quality of teacher education for future teachers in the region. The […]

Learning Resources on 22 July 2011

It is developed by EWC and the Institute for Teacher Education at NTNU and is part of the new national curriculum that was launched in Norwegian schools in the fall of 2020. Go to to the learning resources

Experts for Learning in Practice. A manual for Mentors of Teacher Students

Funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the project provides support for higher education institutions and universities in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*[1], Montenegro, North Mac­edonia and Serbia, that are interested in modernizing their teacher education courses, with an aim to improve the quality of teacher education for future teachers in the region. One […]