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      Respect for All

Newsletter 1/ 2014 Together Against Poverty


The first issue of the TAP Project Newsletter has been released in November 2015.

We kindly invite you to read it. 

TAP Newsletter - November 2014


      Respect for All

Teaching Respect for All Guidebook Recently Released

A new resource for educators worldwide from UNESCO


A group of RWCT IC trainers from Liberia, Myanmar, Romania and the USA

co-authored UNESCO’s Teaching Respect for All Implementation Guide. The

guidebook has been successfully piloted in Brazil, Côte d'Ivoire,

Guatemala, Indonesia and Kenya as well as South Africa. We hope that you

will find it useful in your work to make our world a more respectful

place. Read Guidebook: Teaching Respect for All


Teaching Respect for All Video: 

Also see the video produced by UNESCO in cooperation with policy-makers,

educators and students who participated in the country pilot projects.






RWCT IC Conference - The impact of the RWCT in-service teacher training programme, Cluj-Napoca, 22 June 2014


The RWCT IC Conference The impact of the RWCT in-service teacher training programme will be held in Cluj-Napoca (Vila Diakonia) on the 22nd of June 2014.

We look forward to welcoming you and to engaging all in productive discussions!


The Agenda of the Conference

In-service teacher training courses for 2014 - 2015


If your school/ organisation is interested in entering into a partnership with RWCT IC (CILSDGC) for the provision of in-service teacher training courses, please see our offer and contact us. Read the documents below to read about our training courses. We are happy to answere any questions you may have. 


Effective Strategies to Engage Students in Assessment for Learning


Quality assurance in the process of certifying education professionals’ competences


Motivating adult learners' participation and persistence in lifelong learning - strategies & practical tips


European experts meet to discuss mentor training programmes


Youth welfare and education experts, trainers, mentors and mentor training programme coordinators from eight European countries (Romania, Italy, Norway, Slovenia, Lithuania, Croatia, Switzerland  and Germany) came together for a two-day working meeting in Sicily, Italy, on Feb 6-7, 2014, within the framework of the LeGMe Learning Partnership project supported by the European Union (2013-1-RO1-GRU06-295651). The meeting was hosted by Centro Studi ed Iniziative Europeo (CESIE) in the wonderfully vibrant city of Palermo. 


Having collected information about promising practices in mentoring programs with a focus on supporting disenfranchised young children and youth, the eight teams came together to share their findings and analyze the mentors’ training/ coaching programmes developed and implemented within these identified programmes.