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PCF-I.4-EDC   I.4. Regional project on Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education
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Narrative (Work Plan)
01/01/2015 - 31/12/2017
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Office of the Director General of Programmes
800 000
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    Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
    Overall Objectives Promote integration of human rights issues in national education systems
     

     

     
    Project Purpose 1      2015/DG II/JP/3224   Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights in the 6 countries of the region 800 000 
    (9 Activities) Narrative
    Support integration and/or further development of EDC/HRE in the school cirriculum in accordance with CoE Charter on EDC/HRE
    - school curriculum is considerably improved through self-assessment and analysis;

    - EDC/HRE materials are available in the languages of the EaP countries;

    - regional and national awareness raising events are organised and conclusions are provided;

     
    - National self-assessment reports;
    - CoE and the experts' reports;
    - Translated copies of EDC/HRE materials;
    - Reports and conclusions of the awareness-raising events;
    - Webpage;
    - Publications in national and local media
     
    Policy support and commitment to promote the Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education and the national stakeholders' willingness to reflect its principles in the school curriculum. 
    Expected Result 1.1 In six Eastern Partnership countries, education policy is strengthened in line with the EDC/HRE standards.
    - school curriculum is improved through analysis and integration of the EDC/HRE principles;

    - EDC/HRE materials are available in at least 6 languages of the countries;

    - an increased number of NGOs, including youth organisations, advocate for and support the implementation of quality standards for human rights education programmes and activities;

    - self-assessment reports on the integration of the Charter on EDC/HRE in the school curriculum produced by the countries of the Eastern Partnership;

    - translated copies of manuals (in printed form and through web);

    - reports and conclusions of the awareness-raising evreportsents;

    - articles in the national and local press.
     
    National stakeholders' support and availability of national and international experts
    Expected Result 1.2 In six Eastern Partnership countries educational practice is strengthened in line with the EDC/HRE standards
    - at least 900 educational professiona, youth leaders and youth workers have an increased capacity to teach and promote EDC/HRE in education;

    - in at least 90 target schools EDC/HRE materials are piloted and teachers in at least 50% of these schools use the materials

    - monitoring and evaluation of the results of the training seminars.

    - reports and evaluation questionnaires on the pilotinig in schools;
     
    National stakeholders' support and availability of national and international experts.



     
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