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Religious Education In The European Horizon. The Significance Of Inter-Cultural Learning

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This chapter sketches some basic facts about the REDCo project. It starts with an overview of the REDCo-project and continues with its theoretical background and a section about the empirical studies. The chapter includes information on what the author have done within the first 18 months and add some preliminary results. The project's main aim is to establish and compare the potentials and limitations of religion in the educational systems of selected European countries. The chapter addresses the approaches and constellations that can contribute to making religion in education into a factor promoting dialogue in the context of European development through historical and contemporary studies. Theoretical, conceptual and empirical analysis helps to lay the foundation for the understanding of the contribution that religion in education can make towards the transformation processes at work in various European countries.

Keywords: European countries; REDCo project; religious education



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