Tolerance Education in the Kyrgyz Republic
"Tolerance is defined in the project materials as a process of increasing the understanding of all parties and one where negotiated compromise is often required. In promoting tolerance, one of the teachers' key roles is therefore to teach conflict resolution skills and to give their students the opportunity to practise these skills, so differing opinions can be expressed, understood and challenged in a manageable environment. Through this process students will then have the skills to resolve, in non-violent ways and without an unnecessary loss of rights, the problems that they face, as well as developing tolerance of the different ethnic groups in their community."
For more details:
The Conflict Transformation and Tolerance Education Project (word) (pdf)
Titles and Objectives of the Workshops (word) (pdf)
or contact Simon Jenkins