The European Wergeland Centre EWC

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The EWC will publish a wide range of tools and resources on education for intercultural understanding, human rights and democratic citizenship. We encourage educators and teachers to actively use this section to seek information, get ideas and recommendations for teaching and learning activities, and for further developing and enhancing competences on this topic. The Library section will include: Teaching Material, New Publications, Project Descriptions and Outcome, Research Results, Good Practices, Steering Documents, Other Resources, … (full text Teacher Training).

Homepage;
Inauguration Event of the European Wergeland Centre EWC; About Henrik Wergeland;
News; Research & Development; Library; Coming features; Calendar; Links;
Address:The European Wergeland Centre, Stensberggt 25, NO-0170 Oslo, Norway;
Contacts and newsletter: at the bottom of each page.

About EWC: The European Wergeland Centre is a European resource centre on education for intercultural understanding, human rights and democratic citizenship. It is established in cooperation between Norway and the Council of Europe.  

The centre is located in Oslo, Norway. The Centre is open to all member states of the Council of Europe, and the main target groups are teachers, teacher trainers, decision makers and multipliers within education for intercultural understanding, human rights and democratic citizenship.

By providing in-service training, carrying out and supporting research, creating networks, serving as a platform and disseminating information and good practices on the field, the Centre aims at becoming a leading professional body of its kind. The working language of the Centre is English.

The European Wergeland Centre is organized as an independent legal entity according to Norwegian law. The core program is financed by a yearly sum from the Government of Norway. The Centre may also receive contributions from other member states, institutions, organizations or donors who wish to cooperate with the Centre and contribute to its work.

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