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Community Cohesion
Community Cohesion Website Print E-mail

The RE and Community Cohesion project involved identifying and coordinating about a dozen Greater London RE teachers who are already developing the role of RE in community cohesion. Each teacher was asked to develop examples of best practice from within their teaching which could then be used as exemplars for national dissemination via the community cohesion website.

http://www.religiouseducationcouncil.org/cohesion

RE and Community Cohesion Print E-mail

Religious education has a prominent role to play in the promotion of commuity cohesion within schools and their communities.  This  section of the website sets out to articulate the relationship between RE and community cohesion and to exemplify good practice. Member organisations are invited to contibute examples of their work in this field.  Please email them to: 

RE Council Statement
The REC Board at its November meeting in 2009 agreed a statement setting out the relationship between community cohesion and religious education.  This stands as a 'think-piece',  presenting the general view of the Council, and is now made publically available to support teachers, school managers and others as they aim to promote community cohesion.

Download the Community Cohesion Paper

 

Member organisations' contributions to community cohesion: Print E-mail

NASACRE

Clear Vision (Buddhist) Trust

To submit your organisations' plans please download the action planning sheet and submit it to us.

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