|Statement||prepared by the Secretariat.|
|Contributions||Conference of European Ministers of Education. Vienna, 1965.|
|LC Classifications||L106 1965 .V53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4, 2, 136 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||79321012|
Standing Conference of Ministers of Education. The 25th session of the Council of Europe Standing Conference of Ministers of Education was held in Brussels on April It was organised in co-operation with the Belgian authorities and the Steering Committee for Educational Policy and Practice (CDPPE). OF MINISTERS OF EDUCATION CIDI/RME/INF.7/ August , 13 August Quito, Ecuador Original: English/Spanish. REMARKS BY. AMBASSADOR ALBERT R. RAMDIN, ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL AT THE YOUTH ENCOUNTER OF THE AMERICAS ON SECONDARY EDUCATION (Delivered at the Inaugural Session held on aug ) . The Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany is a consortium of the ministers or senators of the federal states responsible for education and schooling, institutes of higher education . We, the Ministers of Education, meeting in Brussels on the occasion of the 25th session of the Council of Europe Standing Conference, 1. Reiterating our commitment to the common European values of democracy, human rights and the rule of law; 2. Having regard to the European Cultural Convention (ETS 18); 3.
he 25th session of the Council of Europe Standing Conference of Ministers of Education was held in Brussels on 11 and 12 April It was organised in co-operation with the Belgian authorities and the Steering Committee for Educational Policy and Practice (CDPPE). Forty-six states parties to the European Cultural Convention. The fifth Ministerial Conference “Environment for Europe” concluded on 23 May , in Kiev, with the adoption of a Ministerial Declaration, which underlined the importance of the “Environment for Europe” process as a tool to promote environmental protection and sustainable development in the region, thus contributing to wider peace and security. Environment Ministers and heads of delegation from 51 countries in the UNECE region and the representative of the European Commission. within the European Higher Education Area. - The inclusion of the European supplement in official degrees issued by Universities. - The adoption of the European credit system. - The promotion of student mobility within the European Higher Education Area through scholarship programs, financial aid and study credits. 5 Introduction 1. The 25th Conference of European Ministers of Justice was held in Sofia on 9 and 10 October at the invitation of the Bulgarian Government. The agenda, list of participants and Resolutions adopted are set out in Appendices I-III to this report.
In line with the Action Plan adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 19 May , it is proposed that the theme of the Ministerial Conference be “Securing democracy through education” - The development of a Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture and that possible solutions, based on the principles of the Council of Europe. Initiative taken by R. A. Butler, Chairman of the Board of Education of the United Kingdom, and Sir Malcolm Robertson, Chairman of the British Council, to invite the ministers of education of the allied countries for a conference about education in the postwar period. calling for a European framework convention on education for democratic citizenship and human rights education to be drafted; Responding to the call by the 7th Conference of European Ministers responsible for Youth, meeting in Budapest in , for a framework policy document on education for democratic citizenship and human rights education;. Held annually in international cities in North America and Europe, the International Conference of Europeanists is the preeminent gathering of scholars of Europe in the world. Program Committee Co-Chairs: Jason Beckfield (Harvard University), Adrian Favell (University of Leeds) and Rósa Magnusdottir (Aarhus University) Local Organizing Committee Chair: Sigrún Ólafsdóttir .