[UNESCO recommends] Philosophy teachers and practitioners as well as civil society actors, to:
Exploring new approaches to philosophy teaching
• Develop suitable courses and philosophical fora that foster public awareness on the new social and ethical challenges for humanity while making reference to classical texts and authors belonging to various philosophical corpora;
• Foster critical exploration of the different philosophy schools belonging to Western traditions and to other cultural and intellectual heritages;
• Work with teachers of other disciplines in order to experiment an interdisciplinary approach to philosophy teaching, for instance through introducing philosophical analysis and specifically philosophical topics into existing subject matters in primary and secondary schools;
• Encourage the universities, philosophy departments, research centres on philosophy and human sciences to overcomedisciplinary compartmentalization and to promote more interdisciplinarity on the basis of solid disciplinary knowledge, with a view to reach out to the wider public;
• Use NICTs, when available, to facilitate interactions, active learning methods and international communication, while engaging in conscious and critical reflection on this issue so as to avoid giving youth the feeling that knowledge is a mere juxtaposition of fragmented information ;
• Organize, with the support of the International Federation of Philosophical Societies (FISP), specific sessions and workshops during the World Congress of Philosophy that will be dedicated to philosophy teaching.