SemiFit is a series of fora for experienced trainers in Human Rights Education and Education for Democratic Citizenship. It aims to create a space for experienced trainers from different fields to exchange competences (VASK: Values, Attitudes, Skills, Knowledge) and experience on the different domains of intercultural trainings.Continue reading “Project SemiFit: Seminars for Intercultural Trainers in Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education”
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 feasible.
Between 2017 and 2020 the #TEVIP partners work on this question and develop educational tools.Continue reading “Project TEVIP: Transforming European Values into Practice”
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.Continue reading “STEPS Project – Survival Toolkit: Populism, radicalisation and the response of education”
A project which exemplary study policies, frames, settings and conditions for citizenship education with children aged 8 to 12 in six European countries Besides identifying policy frames, approaches, concepts and existing practice the project aims at supporting educational staff with exemplary materials which support interactive, fun, innovative, multilingual democratic learning.Continue reading “Engage – Building together European learning material on Citizenship Education”
The project EDC for All – qualifying and mainstreaming Education for Democratic Citizenship within Europe aims at the transfer of EDC relevant policies, methods and support mechanisms in an European context.
The second phase of DARE network was a EU Lifelong Learning supported GRUNDTVIG network focussing on fostering the capacities of DARE members and the field of non-formal EDC/HRE on three levels:
The DARE network was successfully established by support of the EU Socrates program as GRUNDTVIG network from 2003-2006.
The fund enabled the participating organisations for developing common working groups on policy and for the exchange of pedagogical concepts with the ambition to support the European cooperation of Adult learning organisations in EDC/HRE work and foster the dialogue on European policy development for the sector.
During 2005 the European NECE conference was organised in Berlin with DARE as partner.