MIRACLE – Migrants and Refugees – A Challenge for Learning in European Schools

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Objectives

  • Analysis of the existing needs in the field of migration for teachers and pupils in several countries of the EU
  • Rendering a more successful school career for pupils with and without migration background

Activities

  • International reports on migration policy and on teacher trainings and needs in the field: interviews with experts, questionnaires, etc.
  • Teacher training course focused on cultivating political intercultural competence among teachers in elementary schools
  • Teaching/learning material for elementary school pupils of varying abilities

Results

Partners

  • Coordinator: AGORA Civic Education, Leibniz University Hannover (Germany)
  • Humanistic Association (Germany)
  • Artemisszio foundation (Hungary)
  • Losonci Téri Általános Iskola (Hungary)
  • Slovenian Migration Institute. Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Arts and Sciences (Slovenia)
  • Brezovica pri Ljubljani Primary School (Slovenia)
  • G.E. Nuccio (Italy)
  • Malta Regional Development and Dialogue Foundation (MRDDF) (Malta)
  • Università della Svizzera italiana, faculty of Communication Sciences (Switzerland)

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/10/2009 – 01/09/2011

DG of reference

DG EAC, Education and Training, Lifelong Learning Programme – Comenius Multilaterale

Categories

Unit

Migration

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