From Peer to Peer – Combating discrimination, segregation and bullying
From Peer to Peer is a European Erasmus + project that aims to contribute to a better education from the point of view of social inclusion, combating discrimination, segregation and bullying. In this sense, it aims to provide support and tools to schools that address situations of bullying and discrimination, affecting the proper growth and development of students, with the aim of achieving more inclusive educational processes, generated from the base and the people involved in phenomena as the main protagonists.
The partners involved in the project represent different realities of the phenomenon of bullying in the European Union (Spain, Belgium, Hungary, Greece, Italy, Romania and Portugal) and have a great experience in the education sector. With different programs and activities to achieve a more inclusive education, applying different measures to eliminate violence classroom and achieve social integration of all students, especially those belonging to ethnic minorities and groups at risk of social exclusion.
It is estimated that the direct beneficiaries of the activities will be about 1200 people among students of different schools in the territories, teachers of themselves, their families, etc. In this sense, the project partner organizations different participatory activities will be undertaken in order to involve as many people as possible.
It is intended that the project will be continued by the European educational community autonomously and improving day by day. In the long term, development of comparable methodologies are expected by European education systems to achieve a more inclusive education at all levels and in which school life of students allows everyone without exception proper emotional, physical and intellectual development.