Innovative and sustainable aesthetic methods for citizenship education: Nordic and Baltic perspectives (ISAMCE)

How do we learn to live together? Citizenship is always a matter of belonging to a community. Therefore, the citizen is always a co-citizen, somebody who lives with others.

The aim of this project is to develop skills and competencies related to citizenship; such as the capacity for communication and dialogue, the capacity to live with others, to recognize and accept differences, sharing narratives, critical thinking, and participation by working in an aesthetical collaborative learning approach. 

Examples of concepts related to moral principles and moral dilemmas: freedom, equality, solidarity, responsibility, rights, justice, rules, laws, tolerance, identity, ethnicity, religion, gender and community. These key concepts will be set on the agenda in this project.

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