The Anna Lindh Foundation produced the manual ‘How to cope with diversity at school: teaching and learning about religious diversity’. The aim is to support students in learning about citizens from cultures and traditions other than their own.
The Manual is principally aimed at teachers who are working with students aged between 14 and 18 years old, working across subject disciplines including citizenship education and social sciences. Inside the Manual are practical exercises which have been applied in the classrooms by many hundreds of teachers across the region.
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