GEM – Game for EuroMed


  • To promote education for intercultural citizenship through playing.
  • To develop educational pilot programmes on active intercultural citizenship based on “learning by playing” approach, providing with skills and knowledge formal and non-formal educators.
  • To involve young people and educators in the development of a new creative resource (a board game) to be used in youth environments to promote values of tolerance and mutual understanding of different cultures and traditions.


  • Identification of good practices using games as intercultural tool.
  • Online training for formal/non-formal educators and youth workers on promoting education on intercultural citizenship by adopting playing activities.
  • 20 pilot workshops to test the board game in schools and/or youth centres addressed to at least 160 youngsters.
  • Finalising the GEM Board game.
  • Dissemination seminars at national and international level.



  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • ADICE – Association for the Development of Citizen and European Initiatives (France)
  • JUHOUD – Juhoud for community and Local Development (Palestinian Authority)
  • WASEELA – Waseela for training and development (Egypt)

The project

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Date of the project

01/09/2016 – 31/08/2017

DG of reference

Anna Lindh Foundation for the Dialogue Between Cultures – Education For Intercultural Citizenship




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