Living with controversy - a toolkit for handling controversy in schools
This training pack is a professional development programme for teachers designed to support and promote the teaching of controversial issues in European schools.
Download in Albanian, Czech, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Ukrainian.
This tool aims to help strengthen the managing of controversial issues at whole-school level.
Learning how to handle controversial issues in schools and other education settings - A Good Practice Guide
This guide captures the rich learning that has emerged over past years from the promotion of the two manuals ("Teaching controversial issues" and "Managing controversy") across Europe.
Promoting Democracy in Schools: Practical Resources to Support Teachers’ Initial and Continuous Professional Development
Handling Controversy in schools through human rights and citizenship education - Peaceful coexistence and communication, conflict resolution, social mobilisation
Methods and approaches for teaching controversial issues in primary and secondary education
Download in Macedonian
Resistance to misinformation and online recruitment - Guide for the use of teachers made by the Freedom House Romania foundation
Download in Romanian
Schools for the benefit of the community
Digital Resistance - Handbook for Teachers
An empowering handbook for teachers on how to support their students to recognise
fake news and false information found in the online environment.
coLAB Toolkit - Inclusive practices towards refugees in higher education
Reflections from a year long project delivered across four European countries to create an entry point for refugees with professional experience and qualifications into work in higher education.
Lessons learned and results of the implementation of the whole community approach for social inclusion. A report produced in co-operation with Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Montenegro, Poland and Romania.
Download in English.
“Developing competences for Democratic Culture in the digital era”
Travel Pass to Democracy: Supporting Teachers in Preparing Students for Active Citizenship
State of citizenship and human rights education concentrating on the training of teachers in Croatia, Hungary, Montenegro and Romania.
Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education: a diversity of approaches
Analytical review of the findings of a survey on the development of competences for democracy and human rights in Belarus, Georgia, Lithuania and the Russian Federation.
Three Country Audit of the Lower Secondary Citizenship and Human Rights Education Curriculum
The principles of the Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education in the curricula of France, Finland and Ireland.
This report assesses the degree of reflection of the principles of the Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education in the curricula.
Download in English, Finnish and French.