Below you can read about how schools across Europe are working on the six project themes through the lens of the Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture.

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Your school project will then be presented on a dedicated webpage so thousands of practitioners across Europe can learn about it.

Your school will also become a member of the Democratic Schools Network.

In spring 2018, during the pre-launch phase of the project 2, 324 schools took part in the Democratic Schools for All online survey. You can read more information about it here.

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Addressing controversial issues
Dealing with propaganda, misinformation and fake news
Improving well-being at school
Making children’s and students’ voices heard
Preventing violence and bullying
Tackling discrimination
Competences Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture
Analytical and critical thinking skills
Autonomous learning skills
Civic-mindedness
Co-operation skills
Conflict-resolution skill
Empathy
Flexibility and adaptability
Knowledge and critical understanding of language and communication
Knowledge and critical understanding of the self
Knowledge and critical understanding of the world: politics, law, human rights, culture, cultures, religions, history, media, economies, environment, sustainability
Linguistic, communicative and plurilingual skills
Openness to cultural otherness, other beliefs, world views and practices
Respect
Responsibility
Self-efficacy
Skills of listening and observing
Tolerance of ambiguity
Valuing cultural diversity
Valuing democracy, justice, fairness, equality and the rule of law
Valuing human dignity and human rights
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Belarus

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Periferiako Gymnasio Xylofagou - Cyprus

Project: Passengers on the Same Bus! No Discrimination, Segregation and Inequality!

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Finland

French-Finnish School Lycée franco-finlandais d’Helsinki

Project: Finland’s precidency of the Council of Europe – Young people discuss with the experts

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Kuninkaanhaka School

Project: Dealing with controversion through education in comprehensive school for 12 –16 years old pupils: How to enhance dialogue with people whose values are different from one’s own and to respect them

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France

Collège Charles Péguy de Palaiseau

Project : Sur les traces de Jankiel Fensterszab, la vie juive avant la Shoah, en quête d’Histoire…

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Georgia

Germany

Greece

1st Gymnasio Avlon

Project: Bridging languages and memories to foster multiple identities: “Never leave your backpack behind!” (“Backpack ID”)

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23rd Primary School of Kalamaria

Project: A school without walls: Co-creating an open and sustainable learning community

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2nd Gymnasio of Lavrion (2nd High School of Lavrion)

Project: Teacher of German language and of Greek as a second language in Reception Classes. Refugee education

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Ralleio Upper Secondary High School, Peiraias

Project: New steps on an old path: Integrating Intangible Cultural Heritage and Competences for Democratic Culture in the daily teaching practice

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Ireland

Bremore Educate Together Secondary School

Project: Sustainable Development Goals project - World Wise Global Schools Passport

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Italy

Lithuania

Malta

Montenegro

Netherlands

OBJS de Swoaistee

Project: Vreedzame Wijk Lewenborg XL (‘peaceful neighbourhood’) + Student Voice (Erasmus+ / SLO)

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Norway

Poland

Portugal

Republic of Moldova

Romania

Russian Federation

Serbia

Slovenia

Spain

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom