In this section you can find the newsletters of the OuRoute project
The SUPEER Network Programme aims at establishing a common and intercultural network as a co-productive, creative and autonomous forum between youth from different cultural background and it is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning and empowerment built through intercultural and co-creative initiatives.
The Intercultural peer-to-peer learning for young people programme is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning with focus on intercultural dialogue and encounters, intercultural understanding and active citizenship
This CVE & Campaigning Toolkit is dedicated to improving the understanding of front-line practitioners, activists and professionals working in the field of youth-facing counter-violent extremism (CVE) efforts.
This toolkit is aimed at practitioners designing or preparing for interventions to counter Islamist extremism involving Muslims, with a special focus on Muslim youth.
This toolkit represents a useful resource for those who want to improve their competences on P/CVE and engage young individuals in the fight against extremism by promoting awareness raising initiatives and successful as well as targeted campaigns.
The main purpose of this collection is to expose false anti-European myths and, at the same time, to teach the reader a method for recognizing fake news.
The aim of this best practices handbook is to share strategic advice and knowledge obtained in the framework of the research and consequent implementation of the project titled “RETHINK – Alternative Narratives to Violent Extremism”.
The SEEDS project has produced a publication that describes the framework for the SEEDS project – the 21st century skills, the national contexts for the preschools participating in the SEEDS project and the results of the project, as well as recommendations for implementing the SEEDS pedagogy.
This document introduces two pedagogical methods, the experimenting community and the change maker pedagogy, which have been the fundamental work methods of the SEEDS project.
This study introduces different pedagogical principles that form a foundation for the SEEDS project and that have been influential in the methods and activities of the SEEDS project.
SEEDS has developed a preschool pedagogy that combines the Change-maker model and the methodology of an Experimenting Community into an innovative pedagogy, which can be applied in almost any educational activity from preschool to higher education.
nalysing and describing sustainable ways to build a bridge from these concepts to practical integration and intercultural understanding among native and immigrant youth.