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Augsburg (Germany) hosting the second project meeting

Augsburg (Germany) hosting the second project meeting

Meetings
Starting from Wednesday 4th, until the Friday 6th, the city of Augsburg will be hosting the partners of SORAPS for their second project meeting. The end of the first year of the project becomes closer and partners want to discuss about the challenges faced in this period in order to improve the implementation. Beside the management tasks that are constitutive part of project meetings, partners would like, in particular, to deepen the opportunities that this project offers in terms of exploitation, considering the relevance of the topic addressed at this particular historical moment in Europe and worldwide. In fact, stereotypes and prejudices not adequately addressed lead to an increase of intolerance that we are witnessing today. Education and cultural awareness, of children and youth in particular, are the main and…
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SORAPS project presented during “Researcher’s night” event organized by Ca’Foscari University of Venice

SORAPS project presented during “Researcher’s night” event organized by Ca’Foscari University of Venice

Dissemination
The SORAPS Project has premiered on 29 September at the Researcher’s Night of Venice, an event of major importance within the larger European Researchers’ Night initiative promoted by the EU Commission. This round of events has been especially designed to disseminate the outputs of several research projects to the larger public and at the same time to raise awareness on the very same topics in the same day; within this context, the SORAPS project has been presented as another successful output of the long-lasting involvement of Ca’ Foscari in Religious and Intercultural Education thanks to EU funding, just like the previous IERS project was. The Researcher’s Night provided a nice opportunity to set out the overall aims of the project, as well as the ways SORAPS finds its place in…
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Guidelines on Prejudices and Stereotypes about Religions

Guidelines on Prejudices and Stereotypes about Religions

News, Results
Guidelines on Prejudices and Stereotypes about Religions, the first publication produced within SORAPS project, has been published recently. The aim of the document is to illustrate, starting from the existent literature and surveys conducted in partner schools, which prejudices and stereotypes regarding religions should be addressed in schools and which training approaches are required to debunk them in a critical and scientifically informed way. The design of the training materials will be grounded on this document. Even if the contents of the document are complete, the document aims to remain living material to be reviewed and updated through the life-cyle of the Project. Guidelines are freely downloadable at the link below: SORAPS_IO1_V3 SORAPS_IO1_Appendix1_V1 SORAPS_IO1_Appendix1_V2
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SORAPS at international symposium on religions in the schools in Paris

SORAPS at international symposium on religions in the schools in Paris

Dissemination
International symposium “Which education in the schools to fight against religious stereotypes” was held in Paris on last 9th September 2017, organized by European Institute for Religious Sciences (IESR) of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes of the Sorbonne University. (EPHE) At the symposium took part many prestigious European universities, addressing religious stereotypes and analyzing the way in which education could prevent religious based discrimination, built on stereotypes and prejudices. SORAPS project was the mainstream idea on which the symposium was built, and was presented by Renaud Rochette from IESR, partner of the project. Tim Jensen from Studies of Religions, Dipartment of History of Syddansk University, Denmark, partner of the project SORAPS, was keynote speaker too. Program of the Symposium
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SORAPS on social networks

SORAPS on social networks

Dissemination
One of the main activities during the first phase of the project has been defined the dissemination strategy. One of the main goals has been to select which social networks are a good channel to disseminate our activities. In this sense, we have created two profiles, one on Facebook and one on Twitter. You can follow us!  
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