Public report - Pedagogy for Democracy and Human Rights

The Report of the European Workshop held in Fuerteventura between 2 and 5 April, 2017, "Pedagogy for Democracy and Human Rights," is now online.
Fuerteventura, Spain 23/05/2017
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Public report - Pedagogy for Democracy and Human Rights

Practitioners from different European countries (Armenia, France, Greece, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, and Spain) gathered in Fuerteventua at the begining of April to discuss approaches to teaching about democracy and human rights. The workshop, organised in partnership with SEPIE (the Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education) focused on the development of competences for democracy at school and viewed how transversal attitudes, skills and knowledge could be incorporated into lessons, courses, teaching programs and school activities, in order to develop democratic awarness and spread human rights values throughout the whole community.

You will find an overview of the activities in the full report by following this link.

For a full list of Pestalozzi activities' reports click here.

Focus Focus

A qualitative study in Norway

TASKs for Democracy: does it work in practice?


6 future teachers set out to assess how the teaching resource of the Pestalozzi Programme TASKs for Democracy, aimed at strengthening education for democracy, works in practice. What effect does it have on the learning outcomes of pupils, and how can it be used as a productive tool in all...

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