We are working on a set of European/International Lesson Plans about the consequences of the totalitarianism in the XX Century, in the WWII and in the Spanish Civil War, with emphasis on the Human Rights like the concentration camps during the Holocaust (Shoah) and the current consequences of the Spanish Civil War (Law of Historical Memory), and the resistance movement of people who thought other world and reality was possible. It means our main purpose is to make our students aware of the importance of critical thinking and political and social activism in the construction of the EU through the European History and the development of Human Rights against intolerance and totalitarianism in order to create pedagogical tools to offer a new perspective on the extermination: from Collaboration, Indifference and Resistance in response to the new rise of radical-right parties in Europe.
Friday, 28 February 2020
Monday, 3 June 2019
Upon invitation of the NA DAAD, 80 participants, composed of representatives of student and school organisations, youth networks, active actors and participants of the programmes (such as teachers and students) as well as Erasmus+ National Agencies from 21 different European countries came together on 01/02 April 2019 in Frankfurt/Main to discuss and multiply cross-sectoral initiatives that promote European values.
The same actors were encouraged to seek synergies between existing programmes and foster exchange and increase impact. The participants of the event got the chance to discuss the integration of such initiatives in the forthcoming EU Education programme post 2020 together with two members of the European Commission.