CIVIL organizes a panel discussion on “Non-discrimination and multiculturalism in schools” tomorrow, Wednesday, May 5, starting at 1 p.m. The panel will be attended by the Minister of Education and Science, Mila Carovska, prof. Elena Djukeska from the Independent Academic Union and Blendi Hodai, President of the High School Union. The moderator of the discussion will be Xhabir Deralla from CIVIL, who will initially make a short presentation of the project “European Perspectives”.
The event will take place without an audience, in the Park Hotel (behind the Skopje Stadium) and will be broadcast live on the Facebook page and on the CIVIL video channel, and then a series of media content will be published on the CIVIL MEDIA media platform, in Macedonian, Albanian and English. Downloading content is welcome under the Creative Commons 4.0 license.
CIVIL has been actively involved in education reform processes with a focus on multiculturalism and non-discrimination. After this event, two more topics in the field of education are planned: “Depoliticization of schools” and “Perspectives of practice and teaching of European values in schools.”
The panel discussions are part of our project “European Perspectives” which CIVIL is implementing with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany from April 1 this year. The project brings together several components, one of which is “Advocacy and promotion of European values, multiculturalism and non-discrimination in primary and secondary schools by contributing to the reform of the education system.”
In the coming period, CIVIL announces the publication of a series of policy documents in this and a number of other areas related to the European perspectives of the country.