Discrimination Free Schools Project

Discrimination Free Schools Project

From November 2009 through April 2011, The Danish Institute for Human Rights was responsible for implementing the project Discrimination Free Schools. The purpose of the project was to develop a range of educational tools and materials that address stereotypes and discrimination in primary and secondary schools, and to offer a course to school teachers introducing them to the material.

The project was financed by the European Commission and it is developed and implemented in collaboration with the Bulgarian Commission for Protection against Discrimination. This means that the homepage and all the material are available in Danish and Bulgarian as well as in English.

Read their website and Find out more info about their project here !

 

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