EuroClio happily kicked off its new Erasmus+ funded project “Strategies for Inclusion – Making high quality history and citizenship education more inclusive and accessible” in the north of the Netherlands, in the city of Groningen. The meeting was attended by EuroClio managers, partners of the project representing different institutes from Armenia, Czech Republic, Norway, Netherlands, Slovenia, and Portugal, and one special advisor, namely Jayne Pletser-Dent from the International Baccalaureate.
During the meeting, the project team introduced each other to the vision of their institutes in the field of inclusive education, presented the initial framework of intellectual outputs, reflected on the key concepts, terminology and thematic focus of the project. Additionally, the project team identified coming steps of the project in 2016. The next transnational meeting of the project will take place in June 2016. The call for special interest group members will be sent in January 2016.
“Strategies for Inclusion – Making high quality history and citizenship education more inclusive and accessible” project is funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme, and will run until September 2018. The final project outputs will be educational material and policy recommendations. The unique contribution of this project lies in the focus on making history and citizenship education inclusive and accessible and find out what barriers exist to achieve this.
For questions about this project, please contact Aysel Gojayeva (Project Manager).