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Sessione a Budapest del Club of Venice (12-13 aprile): comunicare l'Europa nelle scuole

Si svolge il 12 e il 13 aprile 2011 presso il Ministero degli Affari Esteri ungherese a Budapest una sessione primaverile del Club  of Venice dedicata alla questione "Comunicare l'Europa nelle scuole".
Un messaggio del presidente h. del CdV prof. Stefano Rolando inviato per l'apertura e l'agenda dei lavori.

 
Messaggio del Presidente del Club of Venice per al’apertura del meeting di Budapest (12 aprile 2011)
 
Autorità, Colleghi, Cari Amici,
con reale dispiacere non posso prendere parte all'incontro del Club di Venezia programmato a Budapest perché - per i miei impegni di professore universitario a Milano - questa settimana è consacrata alle tesi di laurea e si tratta di impegno non delegabile.
A Budapest ero venuto, allora come coordinatore del CdV, all'indomani della caduta del "muro di Berlino" per stabilire contatti con il nuovo quadro di governo al fine di favorire la più rapida integrazione nel nostro informale ma concreto "tavolo di relazione professionale", ottenendo risposte favorevoli e vivamente interessate.
A Budapest siamo poi venuti a svolgere una parte di un nostro meeting più recente e anche in questa occasione abbiamo percepito competenza, amicizia, interesse per lo sviluppo di una moderna cultura professionale nel settore della comunicazione pubblica.
Siamo in una fase delicata e importante nelle relazioni europee - messe a prova da cambiamenti epocali - e riteniamo che lo spirito e la qualità del lavoro che si sta svolgendo in seno al CdV sia un frammento piccolo ma molto interessante per far crescere dall'interno della relazione tra istituzioni nazionali e istituzioni comunitarie una comprensione reciproca.
Una comprensione fondata su  legami anche personali che spingono verso le tendenze integrazioniste dell'Europa e non verso la diffidenza e la frammentazione.
E' questa anche la domanda della gioventù europea, del mondo della scuola e della formazione. La comunicazione dei governi - lo diciamo sempre - non è un "megafono", è un punto di spiegazione e di ascolto tra istituzioni e società. Con questo approccio anche l'esperienza prevista a Budapest che ha come prevalente oggetto di discussione il rapporto tra tematica europea e scuola ha un carattere di apprendimento per noi e non di propaganda. Sull''Eurobarometro del mondo adulto non c'è più molto da fare, su quello degli studenti c'è tutto da fare.
Ringrazio tutti coloro che si sono adoperati per il successo della manifestazione.
Stefano Rolando
Presidente h. CdV
 
  
CLUB OF VENICE
“COMMUNICATING EUROPE IN SCHOOLS”
12-13 APRIL 2011
BUDAPEST, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
Conference Room,
Bem rakpart 47
 
Tuesday 12 April
13.30 - 14.00 Participants' arrivals and registration
14.00 – 16.15
“Teaching about the EU – LIVE
Observe a lesson with English-speaking students, introducing an innovative, ICT applied method of teaching about the EU. Followed by an opportunity to discuss fresh experiences in an “Ask the experts-clinic” format.
[Venue:            II. Rákóczi Ferenc Gimnázium
                        (Budapest, Keleti Károly u.37)]
16.15-17.00  
Optional program : Guided Visit to Parliament
20.30
Official Dinner hosted by Hungarian authorities
(Ministerial Commissioner, Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
[Venue:            Symbol Restaurant,  Budapest, Bécsi út 56
Jazz Music (Vörös Niki Trió)]
 
Wednesday 13 April (morning)
 
9.15 - 9.45
registration
 
9.45 – 10.15
Opening statements:
Hosting Hungarian authorities:
?        Katalin Szilágyi, Head of Department,Ministry of National Resources
?        György Urkuti, Head of Department,Department for EU Presidency Communications
Rep. of the CoV Steering Group
10.15 - 12.30
Workshop
Key-note /introduction: Achievements and obstacles: comments on the Club's revised reflection paper
·         Education and citizenship: EU orientations
·         The place of Europe in schools curricula: overview, results and challenges
·         Presentation of surveys, results on EU-attitudes of students, teachers and citizenship education at school
·         Evaluation of teaching aids, tools and „best practices”, including teacher-training methodologies applied by MS
(Dr. József Kaposi, Director, National Institute for Public Education, MS' and Institutions' representatives, external experts)
 
the european commission's  strategy to improve communication on the EU with schools and young people:
(presentation by Ylva Tivéus, Director, and Marc Jorna, Head of Unit, DG Communication)
12.30- 13.45
Buffet lunch
***at the margin: preparation of the agenda of the plenary meeting of the Venice Club on 25-27 May in Warsaw
Wednesday 13 April (afternoon)
 
13.45-17.00
 
Workshop
Communicating Europe at schools - initiatives on the ground and state of cooperation
?        Concrete experiences from Hungary:
Teaching/learning strategy, critical thinking approach to EU-communication. („Szóval?” National secondary school EU Debate Championship: results and visibility)
      (Rita Galambos, DIA, Foundation for Democratic           Youth )
DICE(Drama Improves Lisbon Key Competences in Education): European level resear findings about how educational theatre and drama can influence key competencies in a pan-European dimension. Best educational drama practices in EU communication. Connections with NGOs ane networking. 
(Ádám Cziboly, Káva Drama and Theatre in Education Association)
      Media literacy education as an EU-communication tool: school-based opportunities, initiatives of civil organizations, going international
      (Zsuzsa Kozák, World Visual Foundation,Municipal Pedagogy Institute)
 
?        National and trans-national experiences : feedback from Member States (B, EE, IT, LV, NL, PL, SI, SE, …):
?        Feedback from EU institutions and bodies (EC, EP, EESC, CoR, etc.)
Civil society/NGOs' engagement
 
17.00-17.30
The way forward
 
The Club’s suggestions for improving communicating Europe in schools (issues emerged, possible recommendations and orientations):
 
·         Perspectives, strategies and working methods
·         Co-operation at European level, between Member States and institutions, at trans-national level, throughout regional/national/local entities (overview)
·         key actors: governments, institutions, academic world, interest groups, civil society groups
·         instruments (management partnerships and others): achievements, opportunities and obstacles
17.30
END OF THE PROGRAMME/ Transfer to Airport
 

Una nota informativa sulla home page del sito della presidenza ungherese di turno UE.

http://www.eu2011.hu/event/club-venice-%E2%80%9Ccommunicating-europe-schools%E2%80%9D-workshop

Club of Venice “Communicating Europe in Schools” workshop

Date: 2011. April 12. - 2011. April 13.

The "Club of Venice" is an informal gathering composed of the Directors-General / Directors / Heads of the information and communication services dealing with EU-communication, of the EU Member States and the EU Institutions (more precisely, the EP, the Council and the Commission). It was founded in 1986 under the auspices of the at that time Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Since 2003, it also includes EU-communication responsibles from the corresponding offices of the candidate countries which have already started negotiations with a view to further accession to the EU. Since 2008, have joined the Club also the Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. There is a wide range of initiatives in both Members States and at the level of EU-institutions aimed at increasing awareness and knowledge of Europe at primary and secondary schools. The categories of activities include teacher training, the production and distribution of teaching and learning materials (DVDs, interactive on-line games, multimedia installations, etc.) as well as competitions, games, simulations and role play. In some Members States teaching about the European Union is part of the curriculum, whereas in others such activities are mostly extra-curricular. In general terms the objective of the workshop is to exploit, rationalize and reinforce this wide variety initiatives in the EU-education field, as well as to encourage transnational cooperation and the exchange of best practices.

  • Organizer / Ministry: Külügyminisztérium
  • Location: Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, building 'A'
  • Address: Hungary 1027 Budapest, Bem rakpart 47.
  • Contact: Irina Pintér Györgyné: +36 30 210 0583
 
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