What is the Charter on citizenship and human rights education and how can the Council of Europe...
Teachers in Croatia: “All citizens should learn and integrate competences for democratic culture in their everyday life!”Zagreb 13/03/2017
Two focus groups in Croatia, within the project „Democratic competences in digital era“ were held...
On 23 February, Ms Andreea Scoda and Mr Sorin Mitulescu from the Institute for Education Sciences...
"Human Rights and Democracy in Action"
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