Policy Brief: Clarifying Culture-Related Concepts in European Education Policies
© Authors, 2019
Education policies are crucial means to enhance peaceful co- existence in a culturally diverse Europe. Culture is, however, a challenging policy topic as general references to it may raise a question of ‘what and whose culture’ the policies are addressing. Based on the DIALLS project’s concept analysis of the EU's and the Council of Europe’s education policy documents, we recommend reducing their ambiguity by being explicit and precise with regard to the culture-related concepts contained within them. Target audience: Authors of future European education policies.
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