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The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief has developed these tools that promote reflection around attitudes and tolerance. The tools are created with the purpose to prepare students to have an open mind in the dialogs that they will have with the people around them.
This book is the outcome of a major European project (REDCo) on Religion, Education, Dialogue and Conflict in relation to education about religion and beliefs.
This blog contains news posts about religion, faiths and ethics, written by Reuters journalists and correspondents. All major world religions are covered.
IREX and IREX Europe worked with local counterparts on the Mobile Documentary Cinema on Democracy and Islam in Bangladesh project to produce a documentary video looking at key issues confronting youth in the country. The video was then circulated to villages to spur discussion. Almost 10,000 Bangladeshis have seen the film and participated in the [...]
Council of Europe Project on The New Challenge of Intercultural Education: Religious Diversity and Dialogue in Europe’
Professor Robert Jackson has been a key contributor to this Council of Europe project since it was launched in 2002. The project aims to raise the awareness of decision-makers, educators and teachers about the implications of the religious dimension of intercultural education. It also seeks to draw their attention to examples of positive experiences and [...]
Religion in Education. A contribution to dialogue or a factor of conflict in transforming European countries (REDCo)
The main aim of the Religion in Education (REDCo) project was to establish and compare the potentials and limitations of religion in the educational fields of selected European countries and regions. The project identified approaches and policies that could contribute to making religion in education a factor promoting dialogue in the context of European development. [...]
Description: This major series of books is called ‘Religious Diversity and Education in Europe’, started in 2006, edited by Cok Bakker, Hans Günter Heimbrock, Robert Jackson, Geir Skeie and Wolfram Weisse. The series arose from a European research project – ‘Religion in Education. A contribution to dialogue or a factor of conflict transforming societies of [...]