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The Abraham Joshua Heschel School was founded in 1983 as a new model of a Jewish day school.
It carries a unique approach to education, pluralism, and concern for students’ intellectual, emotional, and spiritual development. The school is characterized by team teaching and an integrated curriculum. The faculty who have demonstrated mastery of their subjects, encourage [...]
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 [...]
"Background. Overview: Diversity and pluralism are hallmarks of our society. The plethora of traditions and values that share our continent are bound both to conflict with, and to enrich, one other. Each new group of immigrants challenges the mainstream to accept its religion and culture, and is challenged to keep its identity while getting along [...]
The ALF facilitates and supports the action of civil society of the Euro-Mediterranean Region in priority fields which affects the capacity for individuals and groups to share values and live together. Aware of the necessity of a scientific and social assessment on the challenges of intercultural dialogue in the Union for the Mediterranean, the ALF [...]