After our XIV symposium and IV Pedqagogical Conference, recently celebrated in Brussels (September, 12-15), Daan Janssens prepared and performed this brilliant chronicle in the best poetry slam tradition. A big hearttelijk bedankt to Daan, to An Leenders and her great organisational Belgian team from Creatief Schrijven!
Friday, September, 7 is de deadline for registering and participating in our two upcoming events of the year: the IV International Pedagogical Conference and the XIV symposium, taking place next week in Brussels. Don’t miss the appointment!
We are delighted to announce that the full program of our IV International Pedagogical Conference is already available. Worldwide participants are invited to join the event. The deadline for registration is September, 7
From September, 13 to September, 15 (2018) our partners from Creatief Schrijven will host in Brussels the V EACWP International Pedagogical Conference. The call for papers is extended for worldwide participants until June, 15 (2018)
From January, 15 (2018) to March, 1 (2018) the EACWP makes extensive to all writers living in the continent the invitation to write Europe in a snapshot of 100 words and participate in more than ten different European languages
After publishing the first workshop of our 1st. EACWP Teachers Training Course (Alain André’s “Out of the ivory tower” ), this publication seeks to feature Leen van der Berg’s proposal regarding Travel Writing. Thanks to our colleague Daniéle Pètrés (Aleph-Écriture) the three main pedagogical sessions of our pedagogical journey in Normandy (July, 2017) have been reviewed and published in L’Inventoire, as part of a first hand testimony. Leen van der Berg’s contribution is, then, the second delivery of this teachers’ training series
Our colleague Erik Vanhee from Creatief Schrijven (Belgium), over the following reflection, renews some of the questions that have enlivened the vision and the mission of the EACWP. How do we dream Europe by teaching CW? Is there a European identity when it comes down to CW? How by teaching and learning CW are we writing Europe? are some of the concerns brought back in the light of our “spiritual wonder”