From 9 - 11 June, we were in Wannsee, Berlin together with other organisations in the DARE network. The goal with the meeting was to discuss the future cooperation of STEPS - a project with the aim of developing a toolkit of methods in human right education to combat radicalisation. During four meetings over a period of two years, the aim is to develop many new and innovative educational methods. 16 European organisations are partners in STEPS. Marianne Holden was in Berlin on behalf of the Human Rights Academy.
Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe - DARE - is a Europe-wide network focusing on the twin fields of EDC (Education for Democratic Citizenship) and HRE (Human Rights Education). The network currently consists of 48 member organizations from 26 countries. More information on www.dare-network.eu