How can the study of religions and non-religious convictions contribute to intercultural education in schools in Europe? Building on the Recommendation from the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe the dimension of religions and non-religious convictions within intercultural education, a new publication gives practical advice to policy makers, schools and teacher trainers.
Staff at Milja Nikčevi School in Niksic, Montenegro, wanted to teach their students about democracy and human rights by involving the whole community, but did not have the expertise or resources to do it all by themselves.
The European Wergeland Centre (EWC) is a European Resource Centre on Education for Intercultural
Understanding, Human Rights and Democratic Citizenship. EWC’s mission is to build bridges between
policy, research and practice.