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The Sharing Knowledge and Handling Controversy Project (SKHC), which was held in schools in Greece, North Macedonia and Bulgaria, is part of the Multilateral Co-operation Projects of the 6th Cycle of the CoE/EU Joint Programme “Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation” (DISCO). The overall aim of the project is to respond to the common controversial issues that appear in the three neighbouring countries and to build a peaceful and inclusive school environment through jointly developing and applying appropriate educational practices and tools within school communities in the three countries. To succeed in this, the three partner countries build on the EU/CoE handling controversy training tool, “Managing controversy. Developing a strategy for handling controversy and teaching controversial issues in schools”.


Encourage discussions and the sharing of best practices for addressing EDC/HRE issues.

Raise awareness and increase visibility of the role of EDC/HRE at all levels of society.

Promote cooperation between national, regional and local authorities and civil society organisations.

Contribute to the promotion and continued development of citizenship and human rights education in Europe



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