The 2019 international NECE Conference entitled "Confronting Inequalities! The Role of Citizenship Education." is taking place on the 24-27 October in Glasgow. The four-day conference will focus on the various forms of inequality: class, income, gender race, ethnicity, talent and geography, affect the rights of citizenship in various societies. Among other topics, sessions on how citizenship educators can approach financial mechanisms affecting young peoples’ lives will be held, always with attention paid to rising global challenges such as climate change.
For this event, the NECE Initiative is offering up to 40 travel grants for young participants interested in exploring the consequences of inequality on citizenship rights. The travel scholarships are aimed at supporting young participants financially so that they can cover travel and other associated costs.
The deadline for applications is July 21, 2019.
For more information visit the conference website by clicking here: www.nece-conference.eu/subsidy.
For the application form click here: https://lcem.lab-concepts.de/reg…/nece2019-subsidy-europe/en.
For further information or assistance, contact: NECEfirstname.lastname@example.org