This e-book is produced as part of the Erasmus+ funded project “Restoring Respect through Music Education” (RRME). The project aims to create a training package to support teachers and other educators in their efforts to enhance the resilience of their pupils when it comes to diversity and community cohesion matters. For this reason, each partner of the consortium delivered a desk-based research on national resources in order to briefly present integration methods for disadvantaged pupils upon the restorative justice values of power sharing, equality, dignity including policies, legislations, good practices, etc., and to identify gaps and issues in existing practices, focusing on educators’ trainings. This ebook is the result of this research effort.
The ebook is meant to be read in conjunction with Restoring Respect through Music Education: Training Handbook for educators
A CPD certified ecourse has also been produced as part of the project and can be accessed for free – see Restoring Respect through Music Education: Addressing social marginalisation
Co-funded by Erasmus+ Grant Agreement N: 2020-1-UK01-KA201-078840 and coordinated by Dr. Theo Gavrielides