Religious Education at Schools in Europe: Part 5: Southeastern Europe


A new publication by Ednan Aslan, Martin Rothgangel, and Martin Jäggle

At a time when educational issues have increasingly come to determine the social and political discourse and major reforms of the education system are being discussed and implemented, and when migration has become a significant phenomenon, contributing to changes in the religious landscape of the European continent, it is highly appropriate to focus our attention on the concrete situation regarding religious education. This volume contains – again on the basis of thirteen key questions – the countries in Southeastern Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Republic of North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey). Beyond the all-important tasks of taking stock and making international comparisons, the aim of this book is to create a foundation for further action in the field of education, especially with regard to interfaith expertise.

Purple book cover with map of Europe, "Religious Education at Schools in Europe"