In October 2018 DARE published a new textbook/toolkit on Populism, Post-factualism and Radicalisation and its relation to EDC work with young people.
Editors: Ramon Martinez, Georg Pirker
Contributors: Danilo Vicca, Dr. Rebecca Welge/Dr. Saskia Ruth-Lovell/Robert Lovell, Amanda Warner, Calin Rus, Despina Karakatsani, Ilze Tralmaka, Nils-Eyk Zimmermann, Dimitris N. Chryssochoou, Daniela Kolarova, Alex Klobouk, Margot Kapfer/ Susanne Reitmair-Juárez, Zuzana Schreiberová, Tõnis Saarts, Sulev Valdmaa, Tim Scholz/Georg Pirker/Ina Bielenberg, Despina Karakatsani/Dora Katsamori, Martina Camatta/Elisa Rapetti, Danilo Vicca/ Anna Paola Tantucci/Viviana da Paola, Iveta Verse, Marit Langmyr/Evgenia Khoroltseva/Lillian Hjorth, Lavinia Visan/Oana Bajka, Edurne Grau/Ramon Martinez, Tanveer Parnez
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This issue of the DARE Blue Lines compiles the conceptual researches on citizenship education provisions for children aged 8-12 conducted in 6 countries.
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The game set includes the two newly developed games ja/do and S*intro. The games have been developed as part of the EU supported “EDC for All”- project.
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The DARE BLUE LINES publication “EDC for All” comprises experiences and key findings from the project “EDC for All – qualifying and mainstreaming Education for Democratic Citizenship within Europe”.
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Documenting the experiences of a 2 years lasting European Learning Partnership the participating organizations compiled their experiences from the level of educational practice.
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A new issue of the DARE BLUE LINES has been released. Titled “Innovative Approaches to Overcome Discrimination of Vulnerable Groups”, the brochure documents presentations, inputs and discussions from the 2013 DARE Spring Academy.
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Report of the International conference in Budapest, November 11, 2010
More than 100 international practitioners, researchers and policy makers from the local, national and EU level came together to discuss international studies surveys like the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS), trends in education policies in Europe, and European policy responses in active citizenship education.
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This European conference provided a forum for more than 170 stakeholders in field of Human Rights Education and Education for Democratic Citizenship (HRE/EDC), among them practitioners in formal and non-formal education, NGO activists, educational experts, political scientists and policy makers from various levels ranging from city councils to the European Parliament and the Council of Europe.
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The DARE focus meeting “Children’s Rights for Adult Learners” in Brussels (January 2010) explored the strategies of children’s rights education for adults, bearing in mind that it is mainly adults who in many cases protect and enforce children’s rights. Fourteen experts representing ten European organisations gathered for a two-day exchange of best practices and discussion of policy approaches in the field.
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