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This Charter defines, inspires and accommodates the base upon which educational community shall act in the future for safeguarding NAMS’ educational rights and needs.
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TEACHmi Toolbox aims to encourage the intercultural dimension of educating practices, through the creation of a set of training materials, tools and guidelines.
This report aims to synthesize the policy profiles of the participating countries in the ENACTED project with regards to practices of inclusive education.
The Citizen of the World e-learning platform has the main goal to enable and connect professionals working towards the empowerment of migrants.
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This document focuses on the identification of vulnerability profiling.
The TEMSIC guides are addressed to teachers in order to explore the issue of the Global Citizenship Education and foster new educational models for “transformative” societies and so in order to train students become active citizens of the world.
TEACHmi aims to provide effective tools, teaching materials and guidelines to teachers of multicultural classes as well as school leaders in order to facilitate the inclusion of students with migrant backgrounds.
The SUPEER Network Programme aims at establishing a common and intercultural network as a co-productive, creative and autonomous forum between youth from different cultural background and it is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning and empowerment built through intercultural and co-creative initiatives.
Within the PASSAGE project, we carried out extensive documentary and field research at a national level, investigating the state of the art on the integration of newly arrived students from third countries.
Within the MEDIS project the MEDIS MOOC was developed: this e-course is based on a collection of Good Practices coming from the partner MEDIS countries (Catalunya-Spain, Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, and Cyprus).
The COTW State of the Art report gathers and discusses the results from the initial field research on migrants’ needs conducted in Sweden, Italy, Iceland and the Czech Republic.