The videos were developed within the framework of the Step Up DC – Student Teachers’ Practices for Democratic Culture project (2019 – 2022), funded by Erasmus+. EWC expresses a particular gratitude to Prof. Dr. David Kerr, Ted Huddleston and Prof. Dr. Bojka Djukanovic for their support in the development of these resources.
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It is developed by EWC and the Institute for Teacher Education at NTNU and is part of the new national curriculum that was launched in Norwegian schools in the fall of 2020. Go to to the learning resources
How do we create meaningful and inclusive meeting places when we cannot meet? What are useful tools and methods for discussing controversial issues online? Is it possible to find a common ground when we barely meet each other physically? These were some of the questions the participants at the Thorvald Stoltenberg Seminar 2020 explored together, […]
Authors: Ted Huddleston and David Kerr. It builds on the training pack for teachers – Living with controversy: teaching controversial issues through education for democratic citizenship and human rights – to offer practical support to school leaders and senior managers on how to proactively manage and react to controversial issues in and beyond the school.
Authors: Katerina TouraThe pace and scale of intolerance, radicalisation and violence in Europe today demands an urgent response, and education has an important role to play in this respect – states Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland in his report on the state of human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe1. […]
Authors: Ellie Keen It will help enable young people – Roma and non-Roma – to identify and denounce prejudice wherever they find it. It aims, also, to build empathy and solidarity in the movement to end antigypsyism.
Authors: Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Office for Democratic Institutions and Human RightsCrimes motivated by prejudice, also known as hate crimes or bias crimes, occur all over the world. Respect and equal rights for all are necessary foundations to any stable society. Crimes motivated by prejudice against people because of their identity are […]
Written and edited by: ANCA-RUXANDRA PANDEA, DARIUSZ GRZEMNY, ELLIE KEEN, RUI GOMES Authors and editors of the first edition: ANNETTE SCHNEIDER, DENNIS VAN DER VEUR, GORAN BULDIOSKI, KAROLINA VRETHEM, GAVAN TITLEY, GY.RGYI T.TH, YAEL OHANA Gender Matters presents theoretical information, methods and resources for education and training activities, along with concrete exercises that users can […]
Authors: OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority Recognizing that the context may vary in every country, or even in individual classrooms, this document provides educators with a general overview of common manifestations of contemporary anti-Semitism, as well as with some key educational […]
These Guidelines were developed jointly by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the Council of Europe and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in consultation with a broad range of stakeholders, including education experts, teachers, civil society representatives and governmental officials.