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CULT-COOP-05-2017: Prevención de la radicalización y creación de diversidad religiosa en Europa

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDUK20160616001
Publicado:
20/06/2016
Caducidad:
20/06/2017
Resumen:
Una universidad británica está desarrollando un proyecto de diversidad religiosa dentro de la convocatoria H2020 CULT-COOP-05-2017 que contribuya a entender mejor la coexistencia de diferentes religiones y creencias en Europa. Los objetivos del proyecto son a) combatir la radicalización religiosa, b) ofrecer formación y recursos de alta calidad y c) evitar el impacto negativo de los medios ofreciendo herramientas a los líderes de las comunidades. La universidad busca socios interesados en participar en este proyecto. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 2 de febrero de 2017 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 1 de octubre de 2016.

Details

Tittle:
Partner Sought: Combating radicalisation and creating religious diversity in Europe - CULT-COOP-05-2017
Summary:
A UK based University is delivering a H2020 CULT-COOP-05-2017 religious diversity project which aims to contribute towards a better understanding of the co-existence of diverse religions and faiths in Europe. The objectives are: a) challenge religious radicalisation b) provide high quality training and resources c) address and challenge the impact of negative media by providing toolkits for community leaders to use. The University is now seeking partners to help deliver this project.
Description:
This project is about contributing towards a better understanding of the rich tradition of the co-existence of diverse religions and faiths in Europe with the aim of encouraging tolerance through education. There is an increasingly growing problem of religious intolerance, radicalisation and extremism within faith communities across Europe. Tensions particularly exist around religious expression which has led to a number of attacks based on anti-religious motives. For example, a Sikh´s turban and beard have very often become synonymously linked with the Al-Qaeda terrorist group. Post 9/11 images of a turbaned and bearded male became tarnished with the label of ´terrorist´. Other examples include negativity towards a female Muslim wearing her hijab or nikab as part of her religious dress. The media has played a huge role in such misrepresentation and stereotyping.

The proposition of this project is that negativity, based on ignorance and stereotyping, towards religious groups and communities, can be tackled through education. The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union enshrines the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

This project will build on this foundation of peaceful co-existence by producing resources around religious literacy to educate European society at large in order to combat intolerance which can very often lead to religious radicalisation and the marginalisation of religious groups and communities.

The overall aims and objectives of this project therefore, are to:

· Challenge religious radicalisation through education by producing quality resources for schools which would be used to better educate the younger generation to overcome the stereotyping and negativity towards religious groups and communities and promote peaceful co-existence. Teachers and Educators would be trained to make effective use of the resources.

· Provide high quality training and resources around religious literacy for diverse organisations and workforces across Europe.

· Address and challenge the impact of negative media by providing toolkits for community leaders to use with their congregations in combating racial and religious intolerance and hatred from organisations such as the European Defence League (EDL), European branches of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), Pegida, and others.

The UK University has experience in this area and previously studied religious and political activism within South Asian communities based in the UK. The University is therefore looking for consortium partners with experience in working to address and challenge issues affecting religious groups and communities in other European countries but also looking for potential partners in ICT, media, policy makers, advisory groups and youth organisations.

Expressions of Interest: Deadline 1st October 2016
Call Deadline: 2nd February 2017
Stage of Development:
Concept stage
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
- Links with the Ministries of Education
- Experience of addressing issues around freedom of religion and belief
- SME´s with experience of technical development - e.g. making short films and taking ownership for developing the technical side of things, experience of animations and film productions
- Specialist in gender related issues
- Links with schools
- Experience of piloting projects: to pilot teaching resources in schools across Europe to identify how to engage children in religious literacy
- Providers of training in diverse organisations
- Providers of training in schools
- IT literacy engagement with a wide range of media

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
- Links with the Ministries of Education who have experience of addressing issues around freedom of religion and belief. - SME´s with experience of technical development - e.g. making short films and taking ownership for developing the technical side of things, experience of animations and film productions - Specialist in gender related issues - Links with schools who have experience of piloting projects: to pilot teaching resources in schools across Europe to identify how to engage children in Religious Literacy - Providers of training in diverse organisations - Providers of training in schools - IT literacy engagement with a wide range of media
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
German
Spanish

Dissemination

Programme-call

Anticipated Project Budget:
2.5m
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
02/02/2017
Project Duration:
104
Project title and Acronym:
CULT-COOP-05-2017: Religious diversity in Europe - past, present and future