CivicLab develops projects and strategies for (world)citizenship. For schools, civil society and cities.

For the following services please use the contact page.

  • talk/speech
  • workshop
  • panel discussion
  • support for your thesis
  • article for your magazine or reader
  • counseling 
  • project development and/or coördination

CivicLab is run by Mark Saey. Philosopher, author of World-system analysis. An answer to 1968 and Young people become world-citizens. He was a collaborator of the Research Group World-System Analysis at Ghent University and was Blokwatch editor in charge of the Citizen Initiatives. He taught Cultural Anthropology, Theory of Comparative Research and World-System Analysis at Ghent University. He has been a Philosophy and Ethics teacher in the professional/vocational, technical and general tracks in secondary education for 20 years and a member of the Board of directors of School Without Racism. He was a member of the Committee Active Citizenship of the Flemish public education-system GO! At present he is a member of the Quality Commission and Knowledge Center for World-Citizenship Education of Kleur Bekennen and Lector at Artesis Plantijn College Antwerp for the courses Ethics, Inter-religious dialogue and book religions, Analysis of ethical questions, Applied didactics and Politics.

The CivicLab website, editing of image and film material is by Maaki Production.

It provides the audiovisual production for the peace and justice “Hague Talks” events and has worked on educational documentary films such as “Class of 1943” and “Young in Prison”. Maaki Production is a team of all-around filmmakers that creates diverse film and video productions. Based in Rotterdam, it offers to develop concepts, do the filming and video post-production, social media strategy and websites for projects that matter.

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