Countries involved:

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

 

Overall objective:

  • To strengthen the cooperation between Baltic States
  • To disseminate Council of Europe EDC/HRE resources in three countries and in four languages (Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian)
  • To train teachers on how to use these materials in their work with the objective of contributing to the creation and development of an inclusive society
  • To promote the development of students’ intercultural and civic competences and analytical and critical competences towards online information
  • To engage the various EDC/HRE stakeholders from three countries in a dialogue aimed at promoting and advancing EDC and HRE policies in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

 

Expected outcomes:

  • Translation of two publications into Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian: “Teacher training in EDC/HRE: how to develop the ability of students to assess information from media and social networks?” and “Teaching controversial issues – developing effective training for teachers and school leaders”
  • Promotion and dissemination of such publications
  • Trainings for teachers on how to use the training packs related to the two publications
  • Pilot activities in four schools in each country: two schools focusing on “Teacher training in EDC/HRE: how to develop the ability of students to assess information from media and social networks?” and two schools focusing on “Teaching controversial issues – developing effective training for teachers and school leaders”
  • Organisation of a Baltic Forum on EDC/HRE
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