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Reference
Ares(2017)1378059
Type
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Proposal for a Council Recommendation on promoting social inclusion and common EU values through formal and non-formal learning

Department
Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture
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16 March 2017 - 13 April 2017
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  • ILGA-Europe (Belgium)
    13 April 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    ILGA-Europe (Belgium)

    Full contribution in attached PDF document ILGA-Europe’s recommendations The EC initiative to propose Council recommendations is an opportunity for the European Union to clearly state that learning environments should be welcoming and safe for all, and that member states, local and regional authorities need to ensure that schools are places where young people start to own values such as respect, tolerance, and equality. It is important in this...

  • AGE Platform Europe (Belgium)
    5 April 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    AGE Platform Europe (Belgium)

    Full AGE feedback is annexed in PDF format Recommendations • Values promoted under the initiative should not only focus on intercultural exchanges, but also on intergenerational ones. The initiative should take due account that intolerance takes the form of racism and religious hatred, but also of sexism, ageism (both against young and old), rejection of persons with disabilities and other grounds. Education for social inclusion means to make...

  • Anonymous (Italy)
    20 March 2017 Academic/research institution

    Anonymous (Italy)

    THE MOST USEFULL METHOD TO FIGHT THE DEVELOPMENT OF RADICALISM BETWEEN YOUNG PEOPLE IS THE CULTURE. IT MUST TRANSMIT THE VALUES, THE CULTURE AND THE DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS; IN THIS WAY THEY LEARN TO RESPECT AND LOVE THE DIVERSITY AND THE OTHER CULTURES; BUT IT'S ALSO IMPORTANT TO KNOW AND APPRECIATE TO MIGRANTS THE LANGUAGE, THE CULTURE AND THE TRADITIONS OF THE HOST COUNTRY WITH SPECIFIC COURSES FOR FOREIGNERS. IT NEED AVOID THE MARGINALIZATION...

  • Senior Corporate Silver Spoon, Environmental and Nature Association (Hungary)
    17 March 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    Senior Corporate Silver Spoon, Environmental and Nature Association (Hungary)

    I send my proposal as an attached document.

  • European Parents' Association (Belgium)
    17 March 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    European Parents' Association (Belgium)

    A two of the main stakeholder groups of formal education, students and parents are not represented in the Working Group and - although promised a regular invitee status - there was not representationin the WG meetings mentioned in the Roadmap, on behalf of EPA, there stakeholder representative organisation of a 150 million European parents, the primary educators of children, I am asking for additional consultation with us. We are also asking...

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