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Raise the BAR: Becoming Anti-Racist Schools

Raise the BAR: Becoming Anti-Racist Schools

Raise the BAR aims to contribute to combating racism, discrimination and inequality in EU schools, targeting teachers and students (10-16 years). It will promote inclusion, diversity and equality frameworks by developing resources to prepare schools and teachers to initiate and implement effective educational strategies to foster students’ anti-racism, personal development, democratic values, adherence to fundamental rights and critical thinking.

The project will address the impacts of racism, discrimination, and cultural, social and economic barriers. This will be achieved by collaborating with teachers (and students) in the co-design of:

  • The Continuous Training programme for teachers, “Becoming Anti-Racist Teachers”, to promote their professional development
  • The “Becoming Anti-Racist Toolkit” for students (10-16 years), with activities to foster anti-racism
  • The “Raise the BAR – Becoming Anti-Racist Schools” Policy Paper, with practical recommendations for schools and school managers on the implementation of anti-racist pedagogy and global education.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project Number: 2023-1-ES01-KA220-SCH-000151816

Target Groups

Teachers, Students, School leaders, School staff, Parents, Academics, Researchers, Policy makers, Trainers, Adult educators, Public bodies, General public

Education Level

Primary education, Secondary, Teacher education, Adult education, Professional education