Results of the call for proposals for micro-grants

Selected projects for Micro-Grants ready to kick-off

Under Lot 1 of the Call, for the dissemination and/or further development of the outcomes of previous cycles of the joint EU/CoE DISCO programme, the project “Sharing Knowledge, Handling Controversy in schools of Greece, North Macedonia and Bulgaria” (SKHC) was selected.

The project will work on developing a peaceful and inclusive school environment in the three countries involved by using the following tool developed through DISCO:
Managing controversy. Developing a Strategy for Handling Controversy and Teaching Controversial Issues in Schools”.

Under Lot 2 of the same Call the following projects were selected:

  • Strengthening Digital Resilience in Georgia (Georgia)
  • Democratic Competences via Digital Channel (Italy)
  • School Curriculum and Teaching Controversial Issues – developing effective practices for teaching and learning approaches (North Macedonia)
  • Teachers for Education, Democracy and Human Rights (North Macedonia)
  • Combating Media Illiteracy: A digital Handbook (Romania)
  • Community Service Training – a whole school approach for social change (Romania)
  • With Heart: Building Sustainable SL (Volunteer) Projects (Ukraine)

To learn more about the projects’ objectives and activities, we invite you to visit their webpages.

Source: https://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/charter-edc-hre-pilot-projects/-/results-of-the-call-for-proposals-for-micro-grants

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