In ouRoute, 25 good practices have been collected related to common values and social inclusion through culture.
Art and Culture
In this section you can find the newsletters of the OuRoute project
The Digital Teacher’s Toolkit provides both methodological foundations and practical instructions for teachers on how to integrate STE(A)M disciplines in primary schools.
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).
This guide is a digital tool aimed at passing on to other handcrafters, or would-be handcrafters, the traditions and techniques shared during the local workshops organised within the MyHandScraft project.
The aim of this Handbook is to provide a support for educational staff working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and to respond to the lack of pedagogical, psychological, didactical education and training needed in order to face the challenges posed by multilingual, multicultural and multi-ethic learner groups.
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.
This methodological guide has been developed by the REC project. It establishes a program for youth workers who are interested in learning and applying an innovative methodology, with the aims to prevent violence and/or to deal with many other topics relevant for youth.
The Open Educational Resource on Art Therapy was realised as a result of the journey and the experience collected throughout ARTCOM project which involved six countries from Africa and Europe.
The Alchemy of Good Eating, is a journey for the senses, a proposal that crosses borders and continents to immerse the reader in a world of flavors, fragrances, colors and experiences of a group of women have chosen Palermo as a city of stay.
The Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA) is a dialectic method of inquiry and “popular self-analysis” for the empowerment of communities and individuals.
This handbook has been created to support educators, youth-leaders and facilitators in using communication tools, such as photography, to work with youngsters in order to understand different people’s cultures, to promote engagement with others, and to build strong and diverse communities.
This dance workshop is developed by people with long experience in dance and social work
L’obiettivo è promuovere l’integrazione dei giovani migranti nel lavoro di comunità verso un obiettivo comune, aumentare la consapevolezza e incoraggiare la conversazione intorno a questioni, o forse per migliorare le loro condizioni fisiche o psicologiche.
The report results from an analysis of genuine needs and from a skills mapping among migrant
and local handcrafters carried out in the 5 partner countries of the MyHandScraft project (Italy, United Kingdom, Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania).