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Learning to Live Together: a Shared Commitment to Democracy

Conference on the Future Citizenship and Human Rights Education in Europe
Council of Europe Strasbourg 19 June 2017
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Learning to Live Together: a Shared Commitment to Democracy

How to integrate migrants and refugees successfully? How to prevent violent radicalisation without creating a climate of mistrust, suspicion and discrimination? How can education address the growing divide between the elites and the ordinary people?

In order to reply to these questions, the Council of Europe will provide a platform for discussion to highlight how Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education help to fight discrimination, intolerance and extremism. These major challenges will be addressed at the international conference, Learning to Live Together: a Shared Commitment to Democracy (Palais de l'Europe, 20-22 June – Programme  - hashtag: #CoE_Charter4All).

The event will gather some 300 participants representing governments, education institutions and civil society organisations, to strengthen the implementation of the Council of Europe Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights.


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