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Presentation leaflet: Education at the Council of Europe
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Contents
Ensuring the right to Quality Education for all .................. 2
Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation ... 6
CDPPE - Steering Committee for Educational Policy
and Practice ..................................................................... 8
Thematic areas ................................................................ 10
Capacity building and co-operation .................................. 14
Programme ...................................................................... 16
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Education at the Council of Europe ............................... 3
Our Networks ................................................................... 18
Making an impact: supporting our target groups .............. 20
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Right to quality education
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Ensuring the right to quality
education for all
The Council of Europe DGYRFDWHV quality education not WR only SUHSDUH for
employment, but also for life as active citizens in democratic societies, personal
development and the development and maintenance of a broad, advanced
knowledge base. All four purposes are equally important and Fompatible. They reinforce
each other. Many of the competences you need to be an active citizen also help make
you employable and they contribute to your personal development.
Education systems in Europe should make it possible for every student to develop his or her
abilities to the full and help them develop their ambitions. This is particularly important for
students who come from backgrounds where education is considered less as an opportunity
than as a waste of time. Therefore the quality of an education system must include its
ability to provide adequate opportunities for all learners. Moving from the institution to the
system level, it becomes even more evident that inclusion is an important dimension of the
quality debate. Can a system be excellent if it leaves a solid proportion of its learners by
the wayside?
Quality education is ensured differently in compulsory and in non-compulsory education
and it is ensured differently in kindergarten than in higher education. Some groups will
need special attention and special measures to have a quality education offer adapted to
their needs, but quality education must be ensured for all.
Public authorities have an important role in making sure that quality education is available
to all but they do this in different ways in different countries and at different levels. Some
education is privately provided but it operates within a framework established by public
authorities. Public responsibility does not stop where private schooling begins, or when
compulsory education comes to an end.
The Council of Europe’s education programme stems from the European Cultural
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concerning Higher Education in the European Region (ETS n° 165) as well as from
several Recommendations adopted by the Committee of Ministers in relation to the
public responsibility for effective implementation of quality inclusive education as well
as citizenship, human rights and antidiscrimination in education.
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There has always been recognition of the major role performed by culture in the
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Council of Europe from its creation has been aware of the role of culture and
education in encouraging respect for cultural diversity while furthering common
fundamental values. The European Cultural Convention is the foundation for
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to which the principles of human rights and democracy developed by the Council of
Europe should apply. All 47 members of the Council of Europe are also party to the
Cultural Convention; in addition Belarus, the Holy See and Kazakhstan are party to
the Cultural Convention but are not Council of Europe members.
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The Council of Europe Standing Conference of Ministers of Education makes
an important contribution to the achievement of the objectives of the Council of
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of Education. The ministerial declaration of the 24th session of the Standing
Conference on “Governance and Quality Education”, adopted on 27 April 2013 in
Helsinki is at the origin of several new activities of the education programme,
in particular the platform for Ethics, 7ransparency and ,ntegrity in education as
well as Tuality education. The project on developing and describing
Competences for Democratic Culture initiated in Helsinki is included in the Council
of Europe’s Action Plan against violent extremism and radicalisation leading to
terrorism.
The Education programme is overseen by the Steering Committee for Education
Policy and Practice (CDPPE) and the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee.
Both committees co-operate closely in ensuring overall implementation of the
programme in accordance with the Council of Europe’s standards and political
priorities. They also co-operate with other pertinent Council of Europe bodies
as well as with other international institutions, public authorities and civil society
organisations.
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This Convention was developed by the Council of Europe and UNESCO and
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usually referred to as the Lisbon Convention; these include all Cultural Convention
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A special committee was set up in 1999 to oversee the implementation of the
Lisbon Recognition Convention. The Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee
has members from each Party to the Lisbon Recognition Convention, and
several other countries and organisations (e.g. the European Community and the
President of the ENIC Network) can participate in the meetings. The Committee
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Directorate of democratic
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Directorate of democratic
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Rooted in the European Cultural Convention, the mission of the Directorate of Democratic
Citizenship and Participation (as part of Directorate General of Democracy DGII of the
Council of Europe) is to develop democracy, human rights and the rule of law through
the Council of Europe’s programmes in education and youth policy and practice. The
programmes focus on the emerging generation, enabling children and young people to
become engaged and responsible European citizens who advocate human rights and
participate fully in democratic life.
The Education Department develops policies and practice to help member states
build a culture of democracy through education. It covers all areas and levels of
education. The Education Department is engaged in both policy development and
capacity building and co-operation. Key instruments include the European Cultural
Convention (art.2), a new Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture, the
Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education,
the Recommendation on ensuring Quality Education, the Lisbon Recognition
Convention and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
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human rights education; digital citizenship; competences for democratic culture;
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language policy; the linguistic integration of adult migrants; training and capacity
building (Pestalozzi Programme); ethics, transparency and integrity in education;
remembrance of the Holocaust and prevention of crimes against humanity; and the
religious dimension of intercultural dialogue.
A part of the programme is carried out through Joint Programmes with the European
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and supporting programme-related networks and research projects. In order to
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provide DGYLFH for policy makers and education professionals in States
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States Party to the European Cultural Convention to develop education
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achievements with regard to citizenship, human rights and intercultural
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Following the adoption of the Council of Europe Charter on Education for
Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education in 2010, this project supports
the promotion of the values of human rights, democracy and the rule of law through
education in the States Party to the European Cultural Convention, through data
collection and analysis and on-going dialogue among the key actors.
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The development of a reference framework for identifying and describing the
competences needed by individuals to participate effectively in democratic society
that may be acquired through formal, informal and non-formal education is the core
element of this project. The Council of Europe will propose a model of competences
for democratic culture and generic descriptors that member states will be able
to adapt and integrate into their respective education policies and practice while
adhering to common Council of Europe values and principles.
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This project is building on the achievements of the current programme on Education
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share best practices from member states on effective policies and programmes
for the acquisition of digital citizenship competence for students through the
curriculum, and for teachers through initial and in-service education.
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Higher education plays a crucial role
in developing the democratic culture
without which democratic institutions
and laws will not function in practice.
They should also play a key role in
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establishment of the European Higher
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The overall objective of this project is to
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The aim of this project is to promote the
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The project proposes holistic language education policies and guidelines
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The project aims to offer support to policy makers and practitioners in providing
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The Pestalozzi Programme is the Council of Europe training programme for
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the increasingly multicultural societies in which we live.
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Through capacity building and bilateral and regional co-operation the Council of Europe
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corruption measures and combat extremism and violence in schools.
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thematic areas of education for democratic citizenship and human rights education and
the strengthening of integrity and combating corruption in higher education in Armenia
following the launch of the Pan-European Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity
in Education (ETINED).
Regional co-operation is fostered through summer academies for democracy and human
rights in Central Europe, South East Europe and the Baltic States with the support of a
grant from Norway and in co-operation with the European Wergeland Centre.
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Union “South East Europe Horizontal Facility”, with a particular focus on democratic
competences and anti-corruption.
Anti-discrimination measures for children and youth are also being continued in the
framework of the programmes “Children and Youth at Risk” and “Local and Regional
Initiatives to Reduce National Inequalities and to Promote Social Inclusion” in Bulgaria,
Romania and the Slovak Republic with the support of the EEA and Norway grants.
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Programme
Programme
The Education Department’s programme is determined by the Council of Europe’s member
states. The objective of the Education programme is to help develop a culture of democracy
through quality education.
The Council of Europe achieves this aim through intergovernmental co-operation
(Committees and Working Groups) and by favouring exchanges of information and
innovative policies and practices (Networks) at pan-European level, as well as peer-to-peer
learning among member states (seminars, symposiums, conferences).
The main target groups of the programme are policy makers in Ministries of Education in
member states and other public education actors from specialised agencies as well as
higher education institutions and universities and non-governmental organisations.
The programme is supported by the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML)
in Graz, which implements Council of Europe policy in the Enlarged Partial Agreement’s
member states through the development and dissemination of best practice and innovation
in language education, and the European Wergeland Centre in Oslo, which develops
education for intercultural understanding, human rights, awareness of democratic culture
and the need for intercultural dialogue among professionals in all areas of education.
Capacity building and co-operation activities are carried out several priority geographical
areas that include Eastern Partnership countries and South East Europe. Regional cooperation is fostered through regional summer academies for democracy and human rights
in central Europe, South East Europe and the Baltic States.
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carried out by several international project teams that:
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co-operate with experts from over 50 European countries and draft policy
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provide guidelines and toolkits for policy makers, curriculum developers, textbook
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designated for each project: these
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The co-ordinators for Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human
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whose main tasks are to ensure that Council of Europe information on
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In 2011, an International Contact Group on citizenship and human
rights education was set up to ensure close co-operation among
regional and international initiatives. It brings together the United
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The Council of Europe and UNESCO established the ENIC Network in
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The European Wergeland Centre is a European resource centre on
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The centre was inaugurated in Oslo on 29 May 2009.
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member states can take to help adult migrants become
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focus is on organising language courses that meet migrants’ real
communication needs. It is not enough for authorities simply to
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threatening to cut the teaching of European history, the Council
of Europe has developed a comprehensive pan-European tool
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challenging way. They draw on expert authors from different parts of
Europe and cover the whole age range from primary to secondary
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education was developed by the Council of Europe based on
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