The Joint Programme “Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation (DISCO)” ended on December 2021.
3 déc. 2021
Final conference of the joint EU/CoE DISCO Programme – Results achieved and sustainabilityOnline 1 December 2021
11 funded projects, 15 countries involved, more than 3,000 people reached Co-operation with...
4 nov. 2021
Promoting Democracy in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for TeachersStrasbourg 4 November 2021
Teachers can play a vital role in guiding and inspiring their students, especially when it comes...
1 juil. 2021
Beyond us and them: a series of podcasts on the prevention of and resilience to radicalisation
Increased social and political polarisation can deepen radicalisation and add to the spread of...
The Joint Programme “Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation (DISCO)” was launched in May 2013 under the name "Human Rights and Democracy in Action" by the Council of Europe and the European Commission. It provides funding to enable at least three States party to the European Cultural Convention to cooperate on projects of common interest within the field of education for democratic citizenship and human rights education (EDC/HRE). At least one of the states should be a member of the European Union.
"Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation (DISCO)"
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