This year's event has the motto: "Merely being there is not enough. Inclusion and didactics - professional ways to inclusion." To contribute to the realization of this motto from the mission statement of the University College of Teacher Education Vienna, the Inclusive Education Office (BIB) in cooperation with the Competence Center for Multilingualism, Migration and Human Rights Education (Ko.MMM), the Working Group for Equal Treatment and the Center for Citizenship Education warmly invites to the "Days of Diversity and Inclusion at the University College of Teacher Education Vienna" on 16 and 17 October 2018.
polis - Centre for Citizenship Education in Schools
From April 23 to May 9, Austria will once again focus on citizenship education. This year, there will be special activities in all nine federal states and additionally online offers. Main target groups are teachers, students, pupils and multipliers. In addition, the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and implementation options for teaching will be presented as part of this year's Citizenship Days.
The report of the Austrian Centre for Citizenship Education in Schools gives you an overview of the focal points, projects and activities in 2017.
The First Vienna Protest Walk is already preparing for the commemorative year 2018 and offers from 20 November 2017 two new stations funded by the Ministry of Education: The already existing station on the right to vote is extended by a chapter on women's suffrage and a new station is dedicated to the history and importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The opening will take place on 20 November with the 6D class of AHS Rahlgasse. From this day on, information about the new stations is available online (in German).
The new report on Citizenship Education at School in Europe gives an overview of what policies exist to regulate citizenship education across Europe.
The Austrian Centre for Citizenship Education in Schools provided the data for Austria. Each chapter is complemented by a case study. Austria is represented in the curriculum reform History and Social Studies / Citizenship Education Sek I (2016).
Details see German version