In the fall semester of 2022 we will base our work on the Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture (RFCDC). The purpose of this Framework is to support member states in developing open, tolerant and diverse societies through their education. It is built on principles that are common to our democratic societies. Beyond introducing the Framework we focus on two specific topic areas of the Framework: intercultural dialogue and building resilience to radicalisation leading to violent extremism and terrorism and multiculturalism public policy.
List of Speakers for weekend seminar 31.9-2.10.2022
1. Ana Marija Mihailova, Lawyer, Alumnae of the School
2. Prof. Goran Shibakovski, University of “St. Paul the Apostle” Ohrid
3. Nikola Gjorsheski, PhD, University of SS. Cyril and Methodius, Law Faculty
4. Ivica Bocevski, Ambassador, former Vice-Premier for EU integration
5. Zhidas Daskalovski, PhD, Director of the School of Public Policy