These reports critically examine equality, equity and democracy in education in partner countries from various perspectives. Globally, there are increasing arguments both for the democratization of education and for the use of education to promote a democratic society. It is argued that equality and democratization of Higher Education, would better prepare for active citizenship and for a strong civil society which are seen to be the foundation of a democratic state. Furthermore, and drawing upon recent studies in the areas of equity, access and democracy in education, these reports examine the overall interplay between ICT, democracy and outcomes in education specifically in religious and ethnic minorities. The reports also focus on challenges and opportunities presented to lectures and students regarding the use of ICT.
The following report were prepared under the preparation work package of the project:
- Policies regarding equity, access to and democratization of higher education – shared experiences in Israel and Georgia
- Students’ and lecturers’ perceptions of equity access and democratization in higher education
- Equity, access to and democratization of higher education – shared experiences in European countries