Democracy and Human-Rights Education in Europe DARE

Linked with DARE briefs European Parliament on EDC/HRE.

The Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe (DARE) Network was officially launched on 28 June 2003 in Antwerp (Antwerp Declaration on Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe).
The network currently consists of 44 members from 28 countries in Europe ( how to become a member of DARE). DARE publishes the regular eDARE newsletter, reports and other publications … (about 1/2).

Homepage;
News – on the DARE-blog;
Publications;
The EU-project;
Become a DARE-member;
Addresses: Chair: Ingrid Halbritter, Kromolj 86, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina;
DARE Project Office Berlin: Georg Pirker, Arbeitskreis deutscher Bildungssttätten, Mühlendamm 3, 10178 Berlin, Germany;
Contact.

About 2/2: …  Goals: WHY DARE? – DARE is a Europe-wide network of NGOs and other organisations devoted to raise the profile of Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC) and Human Rights Education (HRE), promote transcultural and transnational cooperation, and enhance the quality of education within these fields. 

DARE aims at achieving recognition, visibilitity and adequate resources for EDC and HRE as a core obligation for the formal and non-formal education systems throughout Europe.

DARE has been established to address three shortcomings in the present arrangements for NGOs in Europe carrying out invaluable work in EDC and HRE:

The prevalence of NGOs which tend to work without adequate resources and in isolation, and are therefore inhibited in their access to information, to potential European partners, and to effective lobbying.

The tendency to treat separately the distinct but nonetheless closely interrelated fields of HRE and EDC.

The distance between research and practice, academia and activists, political scientists and educators in EDC/HRE.

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