• The European Wergeland Centre

    EWC's 10th Anniversary Conference

    The European Wergeland Centre celebrated its 10th Anniversary Conference in Oslo, Norway on November 14-16, 2018 while also launching the Council of Europe Campaign FREE to SPEAK, SAFE to LEARN - Democratic Schools for All.


«Educating for democracy and human rights»

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Thank you for a great year of activities at Utøya - we look forward to 2019!

2018 is coming to an end, but the programme "22. July and Democratic Citizenship" continues with renewed strength in 2019. Here is a summary of some of our activities in 2018, which will also continue in 2019. 

6/ Dec/ 2018

Arbeidsseminar for lærere på Utøya 17-19. mars 2019: Hva skal elever lære om 22. juli?

Vil du være med å utvikle lærings- og refleksjonsmateriell om 22.juli til bruk i skolen og lærerutdanningen? 

30/ Nov/ 2018

Nordic-Baltic Training on Teaching Controversial Issues

In September, EWC organized a training course on how to deal with controversy through education for trainers from Nordic and Baltic Countries. The course will contribute to the establishment of a Nordic-Baltic trainer network in citizenship and human rights education in the region.

31/ Oct/ 2018


A Resource Databank in the field of Education for Democratic Citizenship, Human Rights and Intercultural Understanding

Karl Johans gate 2,
NO 0154 Oslo, Norway

Karl Johans gate 2,
NO 0154 Oslo, Norway

PHONE: +47 21 08 24 10
MAIL: post@theewc.org