Within "EDC for All"
* policy concepts from the European level
of the COE have been explored, transferred and applied to the national contexts of Portugal and Germany,
* new educational easy accessible games on the concepts of justice and inclusion have been created, published and tested extensively within the project: JA!Do - a dice game and S*intro - a card game. Both games deal with a situative approach and support the development of ambuigity-tolerance, empathy and the experience of self-efficacy. They contribute to development of social and civic skills by creating a space of emotional- experiences and reflection regards to the concpets of justice, fairness, equality, access and solidarity.
* peer visits to and reviews of places of EDC with young people in Europa and Germany have helped to contribute for a strategy development for the creation of an EDc youth centre in the municipality of Sintra/PT.
The DARE Blue Lines " EDC for All" takes stock on the projects effects in relation to European EDC and youth policies and gives conrcete recommendations based on the results gained.
DARE BLUE LINES are a series of reports on EDC issues affecting the world of formal and non-formal education. They are free to further use and aim to feed the discourse on EDC/HRE from a non formal educational perspective.
follow this link to the brochure for download