HUMAN RIGTHS IN A EUROPEAN COMMUNITY OF VALUES

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Human Rights in a European Community of Values aims to give value and validity to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, framing said declaration  in collective values that served as a foundation to build the European Community and addressing future challenges to come. The forthcoming year Human Rights in a European Community of Values ERASMUS + 2020 and the various strategies and legislative initiatives developed in the EU shall serve as models to articulate our objectives.

The project objectives are:


 

1. To promote democratic values, social cohesion, active citizenship and intercultural dialogue that frames the four objectives of the ET 2020 strategy. The overall implementation of this objective in our project is accomplished by reappraising the paradigm offered by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights within the educational context. Therefore we are promoting democratic values. We implement de facto this objective by developing intellectual activities and products aimed at addressing the development of Social Competence and Citizenship.

 

2. To include in the educational context the priorities of the European Agenda 2020, namely ”to guarantee social and territorial cohesion" as well as "promoting equity, social cohesion and active citizenship”, driven by Strategy 2020. We will develop this goal by collaborating with NGOs (Entreculturas, Alicante Acoge, Amnesty International, Dar Al Karama, Red Cross, UNHCR, Intermon, UNICEF), local and regional institutions (Ayuntamiento de Alicante, Síndic de Greuges de la Comunitat Valenciana) as well as higher education institutions (University of Alicante).

 

3. To promote the students’ abilities to be able to develop strategies to determine how to act and solve problems and find the right scenarios to solve disputes, through dissemination of existing Peer Tutoring (TEI) programs available in the associated countries.

 

The reason for a project of this nature, at a transnational level, is that it offers an indispensable comparative framework to have an accurate reference of the different possible scenarios that may be found in terms of respect or violation of the basic rights of the European citizens. We, the different European partners, conform socioeconomic scenarios and contexts covering a representative multicultural richness of different sensitivities: Eastern European, Mediterranean, Baltic and Central European countries. Again the vehicle to achieve the goal of creating an adequate view of the European values framework is the promotion of activities, initiatives and mobility visits amongst different countries.

 

 

Human Rights in a European Community of Values