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April 23, 2019

All staff event at Nolbyskolan in Alingsås, Sweden, April 23rd 2019.

To strengthen the school community all staff was invited to reflect on and be informed about the success of their work within the LCP- project. Together they had participated in the yearlong LCP process. They had gone through the identification of important areas of improvement, choosing what areas to start with, reflecting on the reasons behind their difficulties and decided the actions to be taken. The whole school put their actions into developing the pedagogical content and organization around breaks as well as working on common values and rules.

Toshiyasu Tsuruhara, the impact evaluator from Cambridge University, came to Ali...

May 15, 2018

In the final phase the partners will be collecting and disseminating learnings from the different pilot experiences.

Based on the conclusions of the different action researches and the impact evaluation carried out by the University of Cambridge, the partners will transform the project learnings into a concrete set of strategies/methodologies/tools in the form of an online toolkit and an introduction workshop for schools that are interested to engage with the broader school community in order to transform their school into a Learning Community for Peace.

October 1, 2016

Start: 01-10-2016 - End: 31-05-2019

Project Reference: 2016-1-SE01-KA201-022164

EU Grant: 191091 EUR

Programme: Erasmus+

Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for school education


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2016 - 2019 Learning Communities for Peace project. Graphics by Designature.