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DISCO: Project results and impact to be highlighted at final conference in Brussels

Brussels 3 October 2019

The final conference of the Joint Programme “Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation (DISCO)” will be held in Brussels on 10 October.

Key results and impact of the projects implemented during the 5th cycle of the Programme will be highlighted during the conference. Overall 9 projects were funded and 25 organisations in 18 countries were involved.

Topics addressed by the projects included: social integration of refugees in the academic environment, prevention and protection of students from violence and bullying, co-operative learning between students with disabilities and students without disabilities and students’ acquisition of critical skills to assess online information.

The European Union/Council of Europe Joint Programme “Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation (DISCO)” funds projects promoting Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education (EDC/HRE). Since the beginning of the Programme, 20 projects were funded and 36 countries participated in the Programme.

For more information:

Agenda

Information Leaflet – Projects 5th Cycle

Photo gallery - Event

Presentation - Ms Katia Dolgova-Dreyer

Presentation - Dr Colin Isham

Presentation - Digital Resistance 

Presentation - School practices for democratic culture in the digital era

Presentation - Education for democracy through digital tools and non-formal education 

Presentation - CoLAB

Presentation - Safe and Inclusive Schools for All

Presentation - Digital teaching technologies as scaffolding tools in inclusive education

Presentation - Managing Controversy: Evaluating the Impact of a Whole School Approach

Presentation - Learning how to handle controversial issues in schools and other educational settings: a good practice guide ( Part A and Part B)


Leaflet - Joint Programme Leaflet - Joint Programme
          
LEAFLET - PROJECTS 2018-2019 LEAFLET - PROJECTS 2018-2019

          

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