RFCDC in the non-formal sector: The project aimed to reflect on the implementation of the RFCDC in the non-formal sector of civic education. The reflection took place by discussing the RFCDC with non-formal educators in Germany and applying it to different practical work settings of the non-formal sector.
Cultural and Linguistic Identity Portfolio (CLIP): The Cultural and Linguistic Identity Portfolio (CLIP) contains a number of activities built around certain CDC descriptors.The CLIP invites students to reflect on their background and identity, and trace their development in democratic competences by using self-assessment before and after using the portfolio.
UPPER – Systemic Upscaling of Peace Education Practices:The UPPER project is about collecting, analysing and presenting good practices in the field of education inspiring peace and democratic citizenship. The focus group project intended to collect feedback on RFCDC within the whole set of activities and stakeholders’ consultation events within the UPPER project implementation
“Open Mind – Learning to live democracy”: Open Mind is a school development program in the fields of citizenship education, human rights and anti-racism for the region of Upper Austria, which was already tested with pilot schools. The Open Mind workshops as well as the whole program refer to the RFCDC.
“Citizenship Agenda“: The “Citizenship Agenda” aims to promote the provision of quality citizenship education for all VET schools that optimally meets the educational needs of the very diverse student population. The Citizenship Agenda provides schools with tools to clarify and strengthen their existing policies where necessary. RFCDC was presented to different stakeholders.
“Understanding Europe”: In the context of the peer education network “Understanding Europe” (UE) the usefulness and limitations of the RFCDC in non-formal education settings was tested. The target group were young peers between 18 and 28 years (so-called Head Trainers and Fellows) from 12 European countries.