Implementing organisation

ANTIGONE Information and Documentation Centre on Racism, Ecology, Peace and NonViolence, Greece

 

Overall objective

  • To contribute to the development of an inclusive school community that respects diversity and that is guided by human rights principles and scope through reinforcing and promoting democratic citizenship and human rights education principles within the national educational community

     

Specific objectives

  • To sensitize the educational community towards the principles of Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education, particularly the issues that touch upon ‘the three Cs: curriculum, culture and community’
  • To motivate and support the educational community to take action towards democratic citizenship and human rights education through the implementation of educational programmes on handling controversy

 

Outputs/Expected results

  • The Council of Europe Training Tool “Managing Controversy” is translated into Greek and is widely disseminated

  • Educational programmes for handling controversy and teaching controversial issues are developed and piloted in schools of five different regions of Greece with a high number of refugee and migrant population (Thessaloniki, Ioannina, Achaia, Heraklion and Lesvos)

  • Twenty-five educational programmes for handling controversy and teaching controversial issues are selected among the developed programmes and widely disseminated as best practices in Greece

     

 

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