Guidelines Archive

Signposts – Policy and practice for teaching about religions and non-religious world views in intercultural education

This publication from the The Council of Europe is meant to provide a context on issues of teaching about religions and non-religious world views in the context of prior COE recommendations and exchanges.

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A New Settlement: Religion and Belief in UK Schools

A New Settlement: Religion and Belief in UK Schools

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Teacher Training in NYC for Teaching about Religious Diversity

[ July 14, 2014 to August 1, 2014. ] This summer, the Religious Worlds of New York summer institute will bring twenty-five primary and secondary teachers from throughout the United States to New York City for a teacher training session. The teachers will work with leading scholars of religion, meet with diverse re­lig­ious leaders, visit local houses of worship, and conduct original field research. [...]

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A Trainer’s Guide to Inter-faith Peacebuidling in Sri Lanka

The attached manual has been developed with funding from USAID and the collaboration of Tetra Tech. Sarvodaya and the US-­based organization, Karuna Center for Peace-building,worked intensively with a core group 80 Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Christian religious leaders and additional 80 young religious committee members, offering peace-building trainings and intensive inter-faith dialogues aimed at promoting [...]

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EPRID Resources

On this site a variety of resources is available. The European Platform on Religious Intolerance and Discrimination has gathered these reports, letters and guidelines published by both European governments, as well as European institutions discussing freedom of religion and belief and the importance of tolerance, understanding and respect >>

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Freedom of Religion or Belief – how the FCO can help promote respect for this human right

These guidelines are developed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and elaborated with the help of specialist stakeholders, They aim to provide a simple introduction to the issues for FCO posts and desks, an analytical matrix to identify problems, some general responses to frequently raised issues of freedom of religion and belief, and other resources [...]

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Together for Humanity

Together for Humanity is a not-for-profit organization that is helping schools, organizations and communities to respond effectively to differences of culture and belief. This is carried out through by bringing students, teachers, and those in the community into contact with people from diverse backgrounds in an open, supportive, and enjoyable setting — this inspires interest, [...]

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This sets out the statutory syllabus (religious education guidelines) for the City of Birmingham, UK. It is complemented by schemes of work and lesson plans embodying teaching resources, films, interactive resources etc.

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Teaching for Change

Teaching for Change is a resource for teachers and parents to make use of in the education of children and youth to build a more equitable, multicultural society, and for the children to become active global citizens.
The section ‘Early Childhood Equity Initiative‘ contains resources and articles in both English and Spanish to inspire leaders in early [...]

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Harassment, Bullying and Free Expression – Guidelines for Free and Safe Public Schools

These guidelines have been organized by a variety of partners.
According to the guidelines, students should be able to attend public schools where they are free to share their views and engage in discussions about religious and political differences while simultaneously attending safe schools that prohibit discrimination, bullying and harassment.

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