Final publication of the project online: 10+1 Good Practices in Preventing Intolerance, Discrimination, and Group Hatred in Central and Eastern Europe
The CEE Prevent Net project, which is implemented by 10 NGOs from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, has compiled a compendium of good practices for preventing discrimination, group hatred and right-wing extremism. Some of these methods have already been proven and tested in partner countries as part of the project’s international transfer. Developed by and for prevent practitioners from Central and Eastern Europe, these practices shall help and inspire youth workers, educators and civic actors to continue their efforts for promoting democracy and human rights in the region.
Since democracy and the civil society are under increasing threat in this part of Europe, the project consortium decided to supplement the good practice approaches with an extra chapter on advocacy recommendations. This chapter provides practitioners with strategies and methods to advocate for more sustainable youth work and education to build skills and resilience of young people.
CEE Prevent Net Working Paper on Advocacy to Prevent Intolerance, Discrimination and Group-focused Enmity of Youth online
As part of the project “CEE Prevent Net – Central and Eastern European Network for the Prevention of Intolerance and Group Hatred”, an interdisciplinary team of researchers and prevention practitioners from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia has investigated into advocacy and communication strategies for advancing prevent work in the region.