The Council of Europe Pestalozzi programme is intended for teachers and technicians from non-university levels of education carried out its work on issues related to the workshops and seminars that are required. These activities are developed for three to five days and cover a variety of topics such as, for example, education for democratic citizenship and human rights, intercultural education and cultural diversity, history teaching, teaching of the memory and education for the prevention of crimes against humanity, education of Roma children in Europe, children’s rights and the prevention of violenceand multilingualism, gender equality and equality in education, media education based on human rights, and other issues of general interest about teaching, learning and methodology
candidates must be active and have a good level of language of work (justifiable level certificate). In any case these courses are aimed the improvement of the linguistic competence of the languages. Each candidate may request, a maximum of two workshops per semester.