- Publications

CiCe Guidelines

  1. Berg, W., Graeffe, L. and Holden, C. (2003). Teaching Controversial Issues: A European Perspective
  2. Bauer, T., Clarke, M. and Dailidienë, E. (2003). Active Learning and Citizenship Education in Europe
  3. Kjærulff, H., Monsen, L. and Vacek, P. (2003). Majorities, Minorities and Democracy
  4. Lestinen, L., Petrucijová, J. and Spinthourakis, J. (2004). Identity in Multicultural and Multilingual Contexts
  5. Minarovicova, K., Niemczynski, A. and Stoik, O. (2004). Cross-professional Issues in Citizenship Education, Democracy and Identity Formation
  6. Koutselini, M., Trigo-Santos, F. and Verkest, H. (2004). Equal Opportunities at school: Mission impossible?
  7. Etienne, R., Parkinson, S. and Verkest, H. (2005). Citizenship Education and the Inclusion of Vulnerable Young People
  8. Dinvaut, A., Bak, H., Sinnige, A. and Kratsborn, W. (2005). Aesthetics make sense! Guidelines for aesthetics and arts in citizenship education
  9. Mulcahy, C., Tutiaux-Guillon, N. (2005). Guidelines on Citizenship Education for Sustainable Development
  10. Aksit, N., Hartsmar, N. and Moraeus, L. (2008). NGOs and Higher Education: Working together for Citizenship Education and the Development of Identities
  11. Turnšek, N., Hinge, H. and Karakatsani, D. (2009). An Inclusive Europe: New Minorities in Europe
  12. Alevriadou, A. and Lang, L. (2011). Active Citizenship and Contexts of Special Education Education for the Inclusion of all Students
  13. Andersson, I., Hinge, H. and Messina, C. (2011). Peace Education
  14. Gonçalves, S. with Moloney, A. and Vamvakidou, I. (2011) Learning Objects and Multimedia Resources in Citizenship Education and Education for Diversity
  15. Rami, J., Karakatsani, D. and Le Roy, E. (2011). Education for an inclusive Europe: Movement within Europe

Members of the CiCe Association are to be provided with password protected online access to the journal Citizenship, Teaching and Learning, an international research journal produced in partnership with the CiCe Association. This applies to both Institutional members and Individual members.  


     "Citizenship Teaching & Learning is published in partnership with the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Association (CiCea). Citizenship Teaching & Learning is global in scope, exploring issues of social and moral responsibility, community involvement and political literacy. It is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that advances academic and professional understandings within a broad characterization of education, focusing on a wide range of issues including identity, diversity, equality and social justice within social, moral, political and cultural contexts." []


This is a refereed journal with an international editorial board, including leading members of both CiCea. Abstracting and Indexing of CTL: Australian Education Index, British Education Index, ERIH, International Bibliography of Book Reviews in Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBR), International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBZ), Political Science Complete, Scopus and Ulrich's Periodicals Directory  

The Principal Editor of the journal is Dr Yusef Waghid, of Stellenbosch University (South Africa). 

The latest issue published was in 2020 (Volume 15, Issue 3)  DOI: 10.1386/ctl_00034_2

The journal website may be accessed here.