The GOOD initiative which advocates the introduction of civics in schools, has sent 22 requests to political stakeholders asking them to voice their opinion about them ahead of the early parliamentary election.
Civic and peace education
"Croatia can do better" was the message sent by more than 50,000 Croatians who demonstrated in the main square of the capital Zagreb on Wednesday, in support of the long-overdue educational reforms and the expert group leading the design and planning of the reform for the last 14 months.
The curricular reform is one of the goals of the National Strategy for Education, Science and Technology adopted in the Croatian Parliament in October 2014.
The North-South Centre (NSC) of the Council of Europe (CoE), in partnership with the Education policy division of the CoE, CONCORD Europe, UNESCO, and in affiliation with Global Education Network Europe (GENE), organised the 3rd European Congress on Global Education under the title Education for a Global Citizenship: Unity in Diversity. The Congress took place in Zagreb, Croatia, 26-28 November 2015 under the auspices of the Croatian Center for Peace Studies as NSC implementing partner.
Center for Civil Courage, Centre for Peace Studies, GONG, Protagora and Initiative "Svi Mi" hope that the Ministry will undertake necessary actions to protect teachers and students as well as separation between Church and state enshrined in Croatian Constitution.
Conference on integrated intercultural education, organized by Nansen Dialogue Centre, was held in Vukovar on Feb 28th and March 1st. The conference was attended by more than a hundred teachers, principals and representatives of local NGOS, educational authorities and others from Great Britain, Macedonia, Germany, Norway, Turkey, Israel, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia.
The seminar brings together different stakeholders with the aim to discuss the present situation of global/development co-operation in the respective country and promote national policy recommendations and practices.
Pupils, teachers, school principals, civic organizations, and representatives of local authorities have gathered yesterday on Feb 12th at the round table 'Violence leaves marks. Ring for Non-violence'. Round table was held within campaign agains peer violence.
A round table on peer violence with pupils, teachers and school staff, representatives of local institutions: social care centres, local authorities, police, and NGOs was held yesterday in Gospić in Ličko-senjska county. Second of three round tables was organized within the project and national campaign 'Violence leaves marks. Ring for Non-violence'.