Last Thursday CGE team united efforts with ART for Life e.V. and organised a fascinating event with a cultural banquet and entertaining board games.Continue reading
The Short-term Joint Staff Training of the “DC4JOBS” project was successfully organised in Nicosia, Cyprus between the 17th and the 21st of December 2018.
The consortium is currently working towards developing a comprehensive in-service training programme to young people with fewer opportunities who would like to upgrade their digital competences.
The programme consists of 6 modules:
- Information & Data Literacy
- Communication & Collaboration
- Digital Content Creation
- Problem Solving
- Soft Skills
During the meeting, the trainers from each partner organisation have shared their experience of work on the learning modules, as well as exchanged best practises of interaction with youth in non-formal education way.
From the side of CGE Erfurt e.V., Dennis Ingelmann was representing the organisation. Dennis, together with his colleague, Georg Müller, will lead the Spring School on Digital Competences in April-May 2019.
Although we are living in the time of the longest peace in Europe, the conflicts keep appearing, sometimes in the places no one expects them to. Moreover, the “new wars” that are hedged are no longer involving the conventional weapons, but rather are held over the minds of people, mostly affecting young generation.Continue reading
Far-right, populist and nationalist organizations are growing all over Europe, and many of them have become present in national parliaments for the first time in many decades – in Germany the populist anti-immigration party “AfD” got 13% in the national elections, in Greece the far-right party “Golden Dawn” as seen an increase in both militant activity and electoral results and in Italy the populist anti-European Five Star Movement won the national elections and openly fascist movements such as Casa Pound saw a considerable growth in militancy and street violence against immigrants and minorities. Continue reading
From August 21st till 24th, 2018 a member of our organisation, Dennis Ingelmann, participated in a workshop of the Think Big Program in Düsseldorf. How it went, read in the article. Continue reading
CGE Erfurt e.V. believes that in the current digital era it is crucial to train its staff. With this regard a job-shadowing activity at the Emphasys Center (Nicosia, Cyprus) was developed, offering possibility to gain profound competences and knowledge in managing ICT courses. Continue reading
Mateeullah is undertaking his PhD research on ‘Community Affairs in Transition’ at the University of Erfurt. With Master’s degree in Public Policy from Willy Brandt School of Public Policy and former experience in research and project management, he has been assisting CGE in initiatives, projects execution and organizational matters. Previously, in his capacity as Young Parliamentary Associate he helped the parliamentary committees in the Parliament of Pakistan. His interests include democratization processes, educated youths’ impact on society and evolutionary development of community affairs.
As the digital transformation is proceeding at full speed all round the globe, we believe that digital education is increasingly becoming a prerequisite for a successful working life and is also a requirement for our self-determination and general evaluation capabilities. Continue reading
On August, 16th CGE office hosted another Game Night, this time celebrating new season’s opening. Under the guidance of Mike Cotterell, the participants first got a taste of Munchkin Cthulhu and then proceed to the well-known Dixit. Continue reading