CREA (Community of Research on Excellence for All) was born in 1991 in the University of Barcelona (Spain) with the aim of generating a scientific research that was able to identify theories and practices that overcome inequalities and to train professionals of the maximum excellence in teaching and research, stemming from different ethnic groups, genders, ages and social classes. Currently, CREA has achieved this challenge through the consolidation of an open, diverse, interdisciplinary and ethical community of researchers. Thus, more than 60 researchers from an increasingly diverse range of disciplines (e.g. education, sociology, social work, economics, political sciences and mathematics, among others) and countries make up this community. CREA is involved in the LCP project as an inspiration partner, contributing its long expertise in research on educational actions aimed at enhancing community participation in schools and education, and on the dialogic model of conflict prevention and resolution.


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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 t...

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 trans...

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...

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...

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 fea...

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...

November 24, 2016

To learn about each other’s specific contributions, strength and challenges, the six partners met together with the impact evaluators from the University in Cambridge during the autumn of 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden. The first meeting took place took place between 24-25...

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.