How teachers face against radicalisation among students

European Foundation for Democracy | Huffington Post (Germany) |

This article by Huffington Post mentions EFD’s latest publication, the Practitioner’s Guide to Preventing Radicalisation in Schools, citing examples of the courses of action recommended to teachers who are faced with intercultural conflict or tensions of religious origin in schools. While the publication specifically addresses the German situation however, there have increasingly been calls for similar projects from other countries such as France or Belgium, making it clear that this issue is not limited to German schools.

This article is in German and be read here.

About European Foundation for Democracy

The European Foundation for Democracy (EFD) is a Brussels and Berlin-based policy institute that has been working with civil society, academic, governmental and other stakeholders on the prevention of radicalisation for more than a decade. Through our work with these organisations and groups, EFD’s goal is to ensure that the universal values of the Enlightenment – political pluralism, respect for individual rights, government by democracy – remain the founding precepts of European security and prosperity.

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