This educational pack from the Council of Europe offers a collection of educational methods and theories including ideas, resources, methods and exercises for non-formal intercultural education of young people and adults. The collection will be useful for educators seeking to develop civic and social competencies, including recognition of the value of cultural diversity, openness to […]
22 results in Inclusion:
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, […]
Since it was published six years ago “Signposts – Policy and practice for teaching about religions and non-religious world views in intercultural education” has been translated into 13 languages. The question asked in Signposts: “How can the study of religions and non-religious world views contribute to intercultural education in schools in Europe” obviously touches a […]
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.
The brochure is available in more languages at the Council of Europe website where you can also find guidelines for educators, posters and other materials.
Authors: Council of Europe Ministers of Foreign Affairs The White Paper is built on the solid foundations of the Council of Europe acquis. It takes account of the rich material from consultations with many stakeholders – including partners from regions outside Europe – held in 2007. In that sense, it is in many ways a […]
In the summer of 2010, the Council of Europe’s Secretary General, Thorbjørn Jagland, asked an independent “Group of Eminent Persons” (the Group) to prepare a report on the challenges arising from the resurgence of intolerance and discrimination in Europe. The report assesses the seriousness of the risks, identifies their sources and makes a series of […]
Authors: Council of EuropeShared histories is an interactive e-book published by the Council of Europe with links to external sources. It is a set of exemplar teaching and learning materials, primarily intended for use in teacher training. It is suitable for any mode of teacher training: initial, concurrent, in-service and refresher courses. Shared histories for […]
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.