Foundation Bricks is a report aiming at promoting the adoption of a new perspective to social work practices that integrate pedagogical approaches focused on environmental sustainability and linked to intercultural education.
The SUPEER Network Programme aims at establishing a common and intercultural network as a co-productive, creative and autonomous forum between youth from different cultural background and it is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning and empowerment built through intercultural and co-creative initiatives.
Within the PASSAGE project, we carried out extensive documentary and field research at a national level, investigating the state of the art on the integration of newly arrived students from third countries.
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.
Within the MEDIS project the MEDIS MOOC was developed: this e-course is based on a collection of Good Practices coming from the partner MEDIS countries (Catalunya-Spain, Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, and Cyprus).
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.
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.
In this section you can find the newsletters of the TEACHmi project.
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”.
This document contains a detailed description of the methodological approach at the basis of the project.
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.
This document provides a detailed description of the educational framework behind the GEM IN project.
This report summarises the conclusions and recommendations of the international workshops both in terms of exchange, debate and sharing of opinions and good practices as well as giving first information on the development of the educational programme and tools.
This document contains the impact study of the GEM IN educational approach, the results of the selected good practice and a context analysis.