21st CiCea International Conference 2019

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Europe at a Crossroads: Rights, Values and Identity

 

Main Conference - Proposals for Main Conference - Conference General Information - Booking Information - Conference Key Dates

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Prague

Thursday 9 - Saturday 11 May 2019

 

Main Conference

 

Questions related to rights, values, citizenship and identity, in relation to language, culture, policy, practice and/or teaching, which take place at the crossroads we face in today’s world, and not exclusively in Europe, make up the theme of this conference.  Re-engaging in discussions on empirical research, praxis and theoretical considerations in a world of what appear to be multiple realities and where challenges and difficult decisions face us is fundamental to citizenship education. It is an opportunity to approach major issues through the lenses of education, psychology, political science, law, economics and history and to do so by exploring the present-day crossroads in which we find ourselves. We can do this by reflecting on the past, describing the present and/or proposing strategies for the future. One hope is that by doing so we will better understand how to face current and future challenges. This conference is just such an opportunity and the interest is high and getting higher!

The Conference has as its’ on the ground local chair and scientific committee member, Dr. Jana Stará from the conference co-organizer Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic and will be held at Charles University and a second venue (TBA). Keep an eye on this space for updates!

Since its inception, CiCea has from a multi-disciplinary orientation, focused on citizenship education and identity formation in young people in Europe and the world. Those who follow us as well as those coming for the first time will see that its members and friends are engaged in research and scholarship on young people’s social learning and their construction of identities as well as the role stakeholder's play.

Some would say that since this year's CiCea conference represents the 21st year of our organizing and hosting citizenship and identity international conferences, that we are entering adulthood.  We see it as broadening as well as expanding our range and thus learning more and more as we grow!

This, as with our previous conferences, is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the discourse aligned with these and other complimentary issues and practices. CiCea promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals across disciplines. The aim of the 21st CiCea International Conference is to provide an opportunity for interested parties from fields with cross-disciplinary interests linked with the various facets of rights, values, identity and citizenship to meet, present their research and practices, discuss and network thus promoting the advancement of the work being done in field.

We invite you to submit abstracts for research papers, posters, symposium, and workshops that relate to this year's conference theme: " Europe at a Crossroads: Rights, Values and Identity".  Once again, we will also be offering interested presenters who would like to participate, but cannot physically be present, the opportunity to do a 'virtual paper'.  Research students, local NGO representatives, education and policy stalk-holders are also welcome to take the opportunity to apply and participate in the conference. All accepted and actualized papers, symposium, workshops, virtual papers and posters are eligible for review for inclusion in the Conference General Proceedings and the Conference Selected Papers.

If you wish to be considered for 2019 Conference, please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words via the CiCea proposal link [see below] on or before Saturday 15th December 2019. This conference accepts papers in English only.

 

Proposals for the Main Conference

Proposals are invited on the conference themes. We welcome proposals for papers, posters, symposia and workshops.

 

Papers

are presented as a standard presentation, for which you will have 20 minutes to present and answer questions. There is only limited space available for presentations and the Conference Scientific Committee will decide on the presentation format. All papers are eligible for inclusion in the Conference’s Selected Papers publication. Papers for publication are selected by the Conference Scientific Committee.

 

Symposia

will group at least three linked papers, presented by a group together. The same rules apply as for papers (4,000 words etc), but you will provide your own chairperson and your time will be limited to one conference session. Therefore, if there are many papers in a symposium then each paper will have less than 20 minutes. Symposium papers are normally presented grouped together in the Selected Papers.

 

Workshops 

are interactive sessions lasting 60-90 minutes, in which participants are doing more than answering questions! You will normally need to limit the maximum number of people who might be able to participate. You may wish to provide a written account of your workshop for the Selected Papers publication, in the form of an article of 4,000 words (maximum).

 

Poster

proposals afford an opportunity to mount a standard poster (A1 size), explaining some research, projects or practices You will have the opportunity to stand by your poster and discuss it with members of the conference during a scheduled poster session. A paper based on the poster is eligible for publication in the Selected Papers.

 

Virtual Paper

allow those unable to attend the conference to submit a paper which will be presented at the conference in virtual format.

 

 

How to send your proposal

Proposals MUST be submitted via the CiCea Conference 2019 Proposal Link.

We cannot accept proposals that are submitted by any other means.

When making a proposal, we recommend that you read our How to make a Proposal Guidance notes.

Applicants wishing to submit more than one proposal must submit separate applications for each proposal. Furthermore, although they will be evaluated jointly, symposium proposals must be submitted as three separate proposals (one for each component presentation).

 

Conference General Information

TBA

Please note that you are responsible for making your own travel arrangements to/from Prague and for booking your own accommodation. The conference office is unable to offer travel advice.

 

Booking a place at the Conference

Bookings MUST be made via conference booking form on the CiCea website. Conference booking will open in January 2019. We will not be able to take any bookings before that date. You will be able to complete your booking by accessing the following link which details all the information needed as well as how to pay your conference fees: LINK TBA.

 

Conference Booking Fees

The Conference fee includes attendance to all sessions, a conference pack, the Conference Reception on Thursday evening, Lunch on Friday and refreshments during the breaks. It does not include travel and accommodation, nor the Conference Dinner on Friday evening.

 

Fee

 

All delegates who are not members of CiCea

 

€200

 

CiCea Association Members

 

All delegates who are members of CiCea


 

€100

 

 

Research Students

 

Please provide evidence of your student status    

 

€60

 

Virtual Paper

 

Non - CiCeamembers
CiCeaMembers
[Research Students]
€140
(€70)
[€20]

 

You can delay booking your place at the conference until after you receive notification of acceptance of your proposal. Please note that receiving an email with the acceptance of your proposal does not mean that we have automatically booked your place at the conference; YOU STILL NEED TO MAKE A BOOKING using the on-line booking form on the website to be able to attend the conference.

 

Conference Key Dates

  • 15 October 2018 - First Call for Abstracts
  • 15 November 2018 - Second Call for Abstracts

  • [UPDATED] 15 January 2019 - Submission Deadline

  • January 2019 - Scientific Community Decision

    More dates TBA as they become formalized!

 

For further information, or if you have any queries, please check the Conference page on the CiCea Website or e-mail us: ciceassociation@gmail.com.

The next elections for the seat of CiCea President are in mid December 2018. 

The incoming President-elect will serve a 6 year tiered term in office retroactively from October 2018 through to September 2024; 2 years as President-elect, 2 years as President and a final 2 year term in office as Past-President.  Full details on the eligibility criteria, nomination papers and dates will be posted here with links on our FB page and Twitter accounts. These are available here

 

Conferences

Each year we organize a large conference and a preceding small research student conference. Unfortunately, this year there will be no research student conference.  

Our conferences for next year are scheduled to take place in Prague, Czech Republic on 09-11 May 2019:

Main Conference [09-11 May, 2019]

Association Members have a substantially reduced booking fee for the Conference.

 

Annual General Assembly (AGA)

The most recent Annual General Assembly of the Children's Identity and Citizenship European Association was held in Warsaw, Poland on the morning of Saturday May 11th 2018. There was good attendance. Minutes will be available from the links farther down on the page.

Provisional minutesThis year's Children's Identity and Citizenship European Association Annual General Assembly (AGA) was in Warsaw, Poland in May 2018 in the course of the 2018 CiCea/CitizED conference. A copy of the AGA Agenda was made available to the membership along with the Executive's Proposals for 2018-2019. During the AGA in Warsaw: 

Dr. Nanny Hartsmar was awarded the "2017 CiCea Outstanding Achievement Award" in recognition of her dedication to the precepts of the Association and her outstanding work in relation to among other things, promoting and implementing innovative teaching methods at the tertiary level in the area of Citizenship Education.

Two best publication awards were also announced one recognizing Paula Cowan and Henry Maitles' book: 

(1) Cowan, P. & Maitles, H. (2017). Understanding and Teaching Holocaust EducationLondon, UK: Sage Publications as Best Praxis Publication and

the other recognizing Surya Monro and Janneke Van der Ros's article:

(2) Monro, S., & Van der Ros, J. (2017). Trans* and gender variant citizenship and the state in NorwayCritical Social Policy, 38(1): 57-78 as Best Research Publication. 

 

CiCea's 13th Annual General Assembly will be held in Prague, Czech Republic during the conference on Saturday May 11th 2019. We look forward to seeing you at this meeting in Prague!

 

Dates of Executive Meetings

The Executive Committee has met in:

       May 2008 in Istanbul, Turkey

       October 2008 in Oradea, Romania

       January 2009 in Mechelen, Belgium

       May 2009 in Malmö, Sweden

       May 2010 in Barcelona, Spain

       June 2010 in Warsaw, Poland

       October 2010 in Berlin, Germany

       June 2011 in Paris, France

       January 2012 in London, United Kingdom

       May 2012 in York, United Kingdom

       October 2012 in Patras, Greece

February 2013 in Ayr, Scotland

October 2013 in Vienna, Austria

February 2014 in Budapest, Hungary

June 2015 in London, United Kingdom

September 2015 in Corinth, Greece

February 2016 in Augsburg, Germany

June 2016 in Madrid, Spain

June 2017 in Bruges/Brugges, Belgium

Fall 2017 - 2018, 5 Skype Meetings chaired by members of the Executive

The next face-to-face meeting was held in May, 2018  - in Warsaw, Poland.

The Association's Executive consists of a President (2 years), a president-elect (2 years) and a past-president (2 years), plus a Secretary and Treasurer, each serving 4 years, and a number of elected executive members. There are elections for the presidential post every two years, the person elected serving for a total of six years (2 as elect, 2 as President, 2 as past). The Treasurer and Secretary and nominated by the Executive for approval by the General Assembly, and are chosen to ensure a wide regional representation.

Our Executive Committee was elected by members of the Association in 2008, 2010, 2014 and 2017.

The current Executive and officers are:

Past President - as of October 2018 Past President - as of October 2017
President Elect - President from October 2015 - Despina Karakatsani  Henry Maitles - President Elect from October 2012
Despina Karakatsani
(University of the Peloponnese, Greece)

Henry Maitles
(University of the West of Scotland, UK) 

 

 

 

 

President - from October 2018 Secretary - to September 2017
Beata Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz - Executive Member to September 2011  Susana Goncalves - Secretary to September 2013

Beata Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz 
(University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland)

Susana Gonçalves 
(Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, Portugal)

 

 

 

 

Treasurer  Executive Member: 
Scientific and Publications Officer


Christopher Gifford - Treasurer to October 2015 Marta Fulop - Executive Member - Scientific and Publications Officer
Christopher Gifford
(University of Huddersfield, UK)

Marta Fülöp
(Eötvös Loránd. University, Hungary)

 

 

 

 

Executive Member 
 
Peter Cunningham - Executive Member to September 2014  

Peter Cunningham
Former Coordinator JM CiCe Network      
(London Metropolitan University, UK)

 

 

 

 

 

Former President Former President
 Christina Roland Levy - Former President Former President Alistair Ross

Christine Roland-Lévy 
(Universite de Reims, France)

Alistair Ross  
(London Metropolitan University, UK)

 

 

 

Former President  Former President
Julia Athena Spinthourakis - Past President Nanny Hartsmar - President from October 2012
Julia - Athena Spinthourakis 
(University of Patras, Greece)
Nanny Hartsmar 
(University of Malmö, Sweden)

 

 Minutes of past meetings, etc are stored on the site's server and are available here for members to consult.

Further minutes, agendas and executive reports will be made available here as they migrate from draft phase to final format. 

 

Annual Assembly Documentation:

 Inaugural Meeting  Riga  May 2006       Minutes
 First Annual Assembly  Montpellier  May 2007   Agenda   Executive Report   Minutes 
 Second Annual Assembly  Istanbul  May 2008   Agenda   Executive Report   Minutes 
 Third Annual Assembly  Malmo  May 2009   Agenda   Executive Report   Minutes 
 Fourth Annual Assembly  Barcelona  May 2010   Agenda   Executive Report   Minutes 
 Fifth Annual Assembly:  Dublin June 2011  Agenda  Executive Report

 Minutes

 Sixth Annual Assembly:  York May 2012  Agenda  Executive Report

 Minutes

 Seventh Annual Assembly:  Lisbon June 2013  Agenda  Executive Report

 Minutes

 

Executive Meetings (Minutes):

01  June 2006 - Gdansk     02  Oct 2006 - Athens     03  Feb 2007 - London     04  May 2007 - Montpellier 
05  June 2007 - Budapest     06  Oct 2007 - Malta     07  Jan 2008 - London     08  May 2008 - Istanbul 
09  July 2008 - London     10  Oct 2008 - Oradea     11  Jan 2009 - Mechelen     12  May 2009 - Malmo 
13  June 2009 - Coimbra     14  Nov 2009 - Reims     15  Feb 2010 - Athens     16  May 2010 - Barcelona 
17  June 2010 - Warsaw     18*  Oct 2010 - Berlin     19*  Feb 2011 - Helsinki     20  June 2011 - Dublin
21  June 2011 - Paris    22  Nov 2011 - Berlin  23  Jan 2012 - London    24   May 2012 - York
25*  Oct 2012 - Patras 26*   Feb 2013 - Ayr 27  June 2013 - Lisbon 28   Oct 2013 -Vienna 

*Minutes for the Executive Meetings 18, 19, 25 and 26 are offered in DRAFT format. Updated versions will be uploaded in due course.