CITIZED & Peace games’ Transnational Project Meetings in Lyon

CITIZED & Peace games’ Transnational Project Meetings in Lyon


During the first week of April, the project CITIZED and the project Peace Games have found synergies in Lyon, where partners of both projects gathered for the respective Transnational Project Meetings and for the Peace Games Multiplier Event.

The Transnational Project Meeting of CITIZED took place on 4th– 5th April. Representatives of the entire partnership were present: the International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL), the Fondation des Régions Européennes puor la Recherche, l’Education, et la Formation (FREREF),  the Organising Bureau of European School Student Union (OBESSU); the Ministry for Education and Employment (MFED) of Malta; the “Zentrum POLIS”;  the Université Côte d’Azur (UCA) and Land der Menschen (LdM). The partners discussed, among others, the final phase of the development of the Teachers’ Competences Framework to Implement Citizenship Education and conducted a workshop to progress on the Whole School Approach Support Toolkit.

On the 6th of April, the Fondation des Régions Européennes pour la Recherche, l’Education, et la Formation (FREREF) hosted the Multiplier Event “Building peace: playful and citizenship education”. CITIZED and PEACE GAMES partners, together with relevant local stakeholders, participated in this event, which represented a great occasion to interconnect the projects and to get insights and suggestions from external points of view.

On April 7th, the Transnational Project Meeting of Peace Games took place, hosted by FREREF with the participation of the International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL), the Liceo Statale G.D. Cassini (Sanremo), the Ministry of Education and Employment of Malta (MEDE), the Asociación cultural Da2 Trucados, the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE), the FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences, the Evangelische Schule Neuruppin and the Université Côte d’Azur (UCA)During the meeting, the partners presented the first results of the piloting phase and discussed the next steps.

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