Restoring Respect through Music Education

To close social exclusion gaps by adapting the Restorative Justice Music programme including underlying values of restorative justice of equality, social inclusion, diversity, power sharing and non-discrimination.


Enhance the resilience of pupils or students when it comes to diversity and community cohesion matters

Schools and other educational structures in formal and informal settings provide for some children their first cross-cultural encounters, and an opportunity to form positive identities.

Social Inclusion

Engaging with formal and non-formal education to tackle discrimination, segregation and racism in schools and other informal educational settings

Tackling early school leaving and disadvantage. RRME will focus on benefiting disadvantaged pupils’ integration and attainment.


Strengthen the professional development of educators, youth workers, and educational leaders

Removes barrier between teachers and educational institutions as well as using an innovative Restorative Justice Music programme to develop, pilot and widely disseminate capacity building tools and knowledge that will support teachers and other educators.



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Grant Agreement Number: Grant Agreement N° 2020-1-UK01-KA201-078840