STEPS Project: Conference on Right-Wing Populism, Post-Factualism and Radicalisation

From 6-12 June 2018 the STEPS consortium and a wide range of  experts from the EDC/HRE and youth field met in Nafplio (Greece) to discuss the key findings of the STEPS project regarding right wing populism, post-factualism and radicalisation and its impact on EDC/HRE.

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Project TEVIP: Transforming European Values into Practice

The project aims to develop educational tools that allow to learn something about the so called “European Values”. What is a value and what makes it European? Seems to be an easy question, but while trying to answer, we realize that its actually more difficult the more we think about it. Especially this happens in a Europe, where a common understanding across the member states becomes even less feasable.

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STEPS Project – Survival Toolkit: Populism, radicalisation and the response of education

2017/2018 DARE members work on the question how education could respond on current political trends such as populism or post-truth. We discuss these issues from an organisational perpective, taking into account the shrinking spaces for civil society, but as well on the level of concrete pedagogical work.

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Manual for Journalists from DARE member Human Rights Academy

The Human Rights Academy has launched an online manual on intercultural understanding, ethics and human rights to be used by teachers and students in journalism education. It is the result of a long-term partnership between departments of journalism education at universities in Norway, Russia and Sweden, and the Human Rights Academy, a DARE member from Norway.

This is an educational tool for teachers of journalism, media and communication who want to raise the students’ competence on issues related to diversity, intercultural understanding, human rights and ethics. The manual will also be useful for practising journalists, editors, other media workers and students.

Available in English and Russian: https://journalism-edu.org.

DARE supports the Joint Declaration on Roma Integration Through Europe

Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe – DARE Network signed the JOINT DECLARATION ON ROMA INTEGRATION THROUGH EUROPE. One of Europe’s most vulnerable and discriminated groups should be supported and strengthened by a common effort. Therefore we welcome the EU framework for greater protection against racism and racial discrimination for Roma. Maybe your organization will sign the declaration as well?

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STEPS Project: Experts and practitioners discussed influence of populism on EDC in youth work

From 01.-05. November a group of 25 educators and experts from the STEPS partnership met in Almunecar (ESP) to discuss key findings from 12 national studies on the relationship between populism in politics, radicalisation and de-radicalisation of young people and its contextualisation to EDC/HRE work with young people in 12 European countries.

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Modernising Education in European Democracies – DARE communication to the European Parliament on modernisation of education – Nov 2017

  • Aspects to be considered when thinking about modernisation of education in Europe
  • DARE communication to the European Parliament’s rapporteur on the modernisation of education in the EU, MEP Łybacka
  • 24.11.2017
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