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    LAWYERS ASSISTING CIVIC EDUCATION TEACHERS

    A strong school curriculum on the subject of Civic Education is an essential condition to an informed and active civic participation. Here’s why, we joined forces with Street Law, DXC Technology and UnitedLex, and with the support of the US Embassy in Bulgaria launched a project called ‘Lawyers assisting Civic Education Teachers’. This project aims […]

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    MAPPING CIVIC EDUCATION IN EUROPE

      Visual mapping and network analysis of civic education in Europe. THE CIVICS Innovation Hub is a pan-European non-profit organisation, founded in 2021. The mission is to strengthen the democratic competence, self-efficacy, and resilience of citizens across Europe in a bottom-up manner. THE CIVICS supports both citizens and civic educators to deal with major challenges […]

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WHY SHOULD WE REMEMBER?

The following zine was created by the participants in our 2019 summer school “Why should we remember?” with the help of Krasimira Butseva, photography lecturer and artist, and Julian Chehirian, historian and artist. The zine tells an emotional story, captured in the words and pictures from the participants’ experiences in Belene. The summer school “Why should we remember?” is organized by the Sofia Platform Foundation with the support of the America for Bulgaria Foundation and gathers annually around 20 youngsters from all over Bulgaria who become part of the community of “ambassadors of memory”.

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New report: From ‘civic deserts’ to civic cohesion

For the past three years, our team has been working in several peripheral areas in Europe, referred to as ‘civic deserts’ – a term that describes those places perceived as offering few to no opportunities to actively participate in and learn about civic life, mainly because of deficient civic infrastructure and low civic literacy. The key findings and recommendations are now available in the report “From ‘civic deserts’ to civic cohesion”.