This Fanzines Book is a collection of 43 fanzines created by women survivors of trafficking, from across 4 EU countries (Italy, Greece, Spain and Romania).
The Intercultural peer-to-peer learning for young people programme is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning with focus on intercultural dialogue and encounters, intercultural understanding and active citizenship
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.
TEACHmi aims to provide effective tools, teaching material and guidelines to teachers of multicultural classes as well as school leaders in order to facilitate the integration of students with migrant background.
The objective of this transnational Research Report is to provide knowledge about human trafficking among youth in partner countries of the project, its methods of advancing, its exploitation and the different practices for emergence, identification and support for young victims.
The present Toolkit is designed to guide experts and stakeholders, namely support service providers, in their support to women during the healing process after traumatic experiences related to trafficking.
The aim of this best practices handbook is to share strategic advice and knowledge obtained in the framework of the research and consequent implementation of the project titled “RETHINK – Alternative Narratives to Violent Extremism”.
The DICE e-learning platform contains DICE training course designed to improve, reinforce and make the work of professionals who approach newcomers in their daily practice more relevant and effective.
The DICE training course was designed to improve, reinforce and make the work of professionals who approach newcomers in their daily practice more relevant and effective.
nalysing and describing sustainable ways to build a bridge from these concepts to practical integration and intercultural understanding among native and immigrant youth.
The Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA) is a dialectic method of inquiry and “popular self-analysis” for the empowerment of communities and individuals.
This document combines the results of the national desk research and interviews with educators on intercultural learning, storytelling and broadcasting related training methods, including good practice examples and an overview of actors in the field.
This manual is based on the expertise of the partner consortium in terms of storytelling and validation and on the comprehensive piloting activities carried out in all partner countries
This document is a research and needs analysis conducted at national level in five countries and identifies the needs and challenges that refugee families face at the national level
A collection of practical tools including 10 new session plans for youth workers dealing with challenging and hot issues such as social media, migration or extremism.