Declaration, Key Actions and Expected Outcomes on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights
The Conference participants discussed how the conclusions of the Report on the State of citizenship and human rights education in Europe related to their own experiences; shared examples of good practice; and proposed recommendations for future action. The outcomes of this discussion were then captured in the “Declaration, Key Actions and Expected Outcomes on Education for democratic citizenship and human rights”.
Learning to live together: a Shared Commitment to Democracy - Conference Report
The Conference report provides political context and international background for this event, sums up the discussions and includes recommendations for the Council of Europe member states, national human rights institutions, higher education institutions, civill society actors and the Council of Europe.
Report on the State of Citizenship and Human Rights Education in Europe
The state of education for democratic citizenship and human rights education in Europe is reviewed every 5 years with member states and civil society with the aim to identify achievements and challenges and to propose action at European, national and local level. The 2nd report was published in 2017 and covers the second review for the period 2012-2017.