Explore the research behind the International Handbook of COTW.
The DISC partnership actively promoted the digital and active citizenship skills of immigrant people, locals, teachers, and educators, as well as implemented and disseminated best practices.
In November, the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs partnership met in Berlin to discuss about the next steps for the project.
Are you interested in enhancing your communication and intercultural skills? Would you like to become a mentor? Join 3steps’ training on intercultural mentoring!
Through the S.C.O.RE. intercultural sports events local and immigrant women actively participated in intercultural grassroots sport meetings, developing fundamental interpersonal skills such as teamwork, motivation and dedication.
e-VELP officially launched 2 Training programmes to become Volunteer Educators and Volunteer Educators Trainers.
Sport instructors who take part in the training courses have the opportunity to enrol themselves in the SCORE web-tool, an online platform that allows users to attend a self-learning course about diversity management in the field of sport through an effective training methodology for sports coaches developed by the partnership.
The Tour2Include e-learning platform is aimed at immigrants and others who want to enhance their skills related to the tourism sector.
Interculturality and active digital citizenship were the main topics addressed during the DISC “Inclusive Education” training.
On October 21, 2021, the Tour2Include consortium held its latest online Partner Meeting to review the results and lessons learned over the past two years.
Forum-Theatre workshops on environmental sustainability and integration with the GreenInterculturality project
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn expressive and theatrical techniques, and at the same time for a place where you can explore topics like the environmental sustainability and the intercultural dialogue? Join the GreenInterculturality Forum-Theatre workshops!
Apply by the 29th October 2021 to participate in e-VELP training courses, learn how to offer your own workshop or how to support young migrants and refugees, and/or how to host their workshops.
The purpose of DISC Training is to provide up-to-date and inspiring information and tools for teachers, educators, youth workers and other professionals who are interacting with a society that becomes more and more diverse and intercultural on a daily basis.
The HOPEFUL team worked to provide tools to address needs and gaps related to the issue of school inclusion. Learn more about the results of the project.
In the last 6 months, the VOLUME project partners carried out research and interviews in order to have a complete picture of the needs of volunteers and unaccompanied minors.