This second DIALLS policy briefing is aimed at those that make decisions on what programmes and initiatives are implemented in individual schools and aims to show the benefits of running a Cultural Literacy Learning Programme (CLLP) to promote cultural literacy, as defined by DIALLS, across all age groups. It is based on our experiences of running the Cultural Literacy Learning Programme (CLLP) in seven countries between September 2019 and March 2020 (when the programme stopped prematurely due to COVID-19 lockdown) and draws upon both qualitative and quantitative findings.
Available in: English
DIALLS’ first policy brief includes recommendations for European and national policymakers. It is based on DIALLS’ analysis of education policy documentation that revealed how cultural interactions are often narrowly framed in policy documents ignoring dialogue as a process of learning and empathy as its core disposition.