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April 24, 2019

Multiplier event in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The story of a European school development project with a participatory approach

24 April 2019 15.00-17.00 o’clock. Faculty of Education, University of Gothenburg.

A primary school in Alingsås participated in the European project “Learning Communities for Peace” together with schools from Croatia, England and Greece. During this multiplier event, the Swedish project partner presented the overal project. Representatives from the project school, Ann-Cathrine Backmark (principal) and Pernilla Jönsson (first teacher), informed the audience about their experiences and the impact evaluator Toshi Tsuruhara from the University of Cambridge summarized the findings fro...

April 5, 2019

Presenter: Ilse Hakvoort for the LCP-project

Thematic Conference on Active Citizenship and Democracy

Organised by the Swedish Council for Higher Education

Date: Friday April 5th 2019, Stockholm

The Swedish national Agency invited representatives of several ERASMUS+ strategic partnership projects to present their work. Ilse Hakvoort was one of them. About 200 participants (teachers, teacher educators, representatives from different organisations, staff from the National Agency and the EU-commission) attended the conference. Besides listening to plenaries, lectures and workshop, the participants visited the tables with materials and the posters presentations of a variety of projects during their break...

March 31, 2019

The Future of Schools in Diverse and Changing Communities – Seminar 15th May 2019

Venue: Faculty of Education, Cambridge University, 184 Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 8PQ

You can see the seminar agenda here:

https://arcresolution.co.uk/the-future-of-schools-in-diverse-and-changing-communities-seminar-15th-may-2019/

To attend the seminar on 15th May 2019 go to:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-future-of-schools-in-diverse-and-changing-communities-an-eu-project-tickets-57484687247

November 21, 2018

Our fourth partners meeting took place in the UK, 20-21 November 2018. We were at the beautiful Conference centre in Hertfordshire and visited the Cambridge campus. Our host this time was ARC-resolutions Ltd.

Partners finished their work with the schools and are about to write their action research report. They are also curious to hear more about the impact evaluation report. Agreeing on the format of our action research reports, dissemination activities, the development of the initiation workshop and LCP online toolkit were on our agenda.

The last period of the project will be a busy time!

March 17, 2018

The third partners meeting took place in Athens, 16-17 March 2018 and was hosted by Place Identity GR-Clusters. The partners who are working with schools (Croatia, Greece, Sweden and the UK) presented the successes and challenges they have been facing. The stories were different and the exchange stimulated learning about other contexts.

We even discussed:

· our understanding of community

· our understanding of doing and writing action research

· how we will work with the second and third intellectual outputs

· preparations for our next project partners meeting

March 13, 2018

A number of European partners,working together in order to develop and tests a series of methodologies to transform schools into hubs for peace within their communities, aiming to encourage a structural and sustainable change, with egalitarian participation of all the stakeholders.

March 7, 2018

Invitation

Teachers and parents are discussing together for the peacefull co-existance and co-operation inside our schools.

March 7, 2018

7th Primary School of Ilion, Athens, Greece

December 10, 2017

The EU faces a complex of crises – an influx of refugees, and threats from terrorism and radicalisation. At the same time, many urban areas suffer from structural inequalities and often dysfunctional integration policies. The resulting tensions have intensified the fear of difference. The erosion of trust particularly affects strongly migrant communities and the schools within them.

In this context, how can such schools and the communities surrounding them engage in the kind of sustained dialogue, integration and peacebuilding that is so urgently needed?

This project aims to identify, develop, test and evaluate Learning Communities for Peace (LCP) approaches in four primary schools in urban area...

November 4, 2017

A link to a newspaper article from the local newspaper: Sara Clarke Habibi of the University of Cambridge conducting an evaluation visit to Ivan Goran Kovačić Primary School in Vrbovsko, Croatia.

http://www.novilist.hr/novilist_public/layout/set/print/Vijesti/Regija/node_1588/Obrazovanje-za-mir-Profesorica-s-Cambridgea-skenira-vrbovscansku-skolu

March 29, 2017

Our second partners meeting took place in Barcelona, 27-28 March 2017 and was hosted by CREA. Beautiful Barcelona offered inspiration, hospitality and an effective working space.

Important issues on the agenda were:

· a following up of the lessons learned from the Joint Staff training in Antwerp

· to learn about the schools that were selected by the partners

· writing of school reports and questions to be asked

· preparing the training in Zadar

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