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 >>
Australian blog on Religious Education discusses the specifics of Special Religious Instruction (SRI) in Australian Schools.
This index of papers offers teachers advice and guidance on how to approach teaching sensitive and controversial topics in schools.
Some of the topics covered include creating safe spaces, discussion roles, 'political correctness', media literacy and links to other useful websites.
This resource is a teacher's guide to presenting complicated and potentially controversial subjects to students. These guidelines suggest a methodology of approaching difficult subjects which teachers can incorporate into their classes.
This is the first of five lessons aimed at students in grades 6012, providing a broad overview of Islam. This lesson guide provides an outline of the topics to be covered and the procedure of carrying out these lessons.
Belieforama offers a panoramic approach to issues of religion and belief, bringing a variety of views, perspectives and sectors to the table and empowering all (including those of no belief or practice) to engage in this theme.
Belieforama provides a Community of Practice (CoP) and Quality Assurance Framework (QAF) to support individuals and organisations [...]
This resource examines two books that offer an opportunity to open up positive discussion about the Iraq War with students.
The Librarian of Basra by Jeanette Winter, and Alia's Mission: Saving the Books of Iraq by Mark Alan Stamaty, [...]