Welcome to NORADICA Web-App

This web application contains interactive materials on religious diversity and on countering the radicalisation process of young people in schools, with particular emphasis on the religious radicalism. The materials are designed for teachers and constitute a unique compendium of interdisciplinary knowledge on the subject. The “NORADICA Web-App” is one of the results of the NORADICA project, an international project financed by the European Union under the Erasmus + Strategic Partnerships for School Education Program.

Aims of the NORADICA Web-App:

Educational Values of the NORADICA Web-App:

To whom is the NORADICA Web-App dedicated?

How can teachers use the NORADICA Web-App ?

What can you find in the NORADICA Web-App?

NORADICA Web-App – English version – is dedicated to the topic of religious diversity in Europe seen both from the common EU perspective and from the European multi-country point of view.

NORADICA Web-App is divided in two main sections: Panorama and Interactive Resources.

In the “Panorama” section you will find short ad interesting texts including information on multireligious phenomena presenting the subject from different perspectives. While selecting the information for the “Panorama” section, we focused on finding data that would be the most interesting and relevant from the educational point of view. In order to make the information more accessible and to help you to identify thematic area that each particular text covers, we classified them into following thematic categories:

Each piece of information is initially presented in form of a brief summary; once you click on it you will be able to see the link that can redirect you to the original text or file.

The “Interactive Resources” are offered as an addition and extension to the “Panorama” section; the Resources can serve you as inspiration or be used in any form or way that you find suitable. Some materials are more extensive and complex and some include a simple photo. We decided to post them as such, with no additional comments.

We divided the Resources into four main categories: