Be ready for a journey to get to know with Mediterranean communities and cultures through Egyptian history, Palestinian usages, French cuisine, and so much more!
A Board game is a new creative educational resource that aims to promote education for intercultural citizenship to the values of tolerance and mutual understanding of different cultures and traditions especially among young people.
On 9th June we will present the game developed under the GEM – Game for EuroMed project at Una Marina di Libri Book Festival. Promoted by CCN Piazza Marina & Dintorni in partnership with Navarra Editore and Sellerio publishers, the Independent Publishing Fair will be held in the Botanical Garden of the University of Palermo – via Lincoln, 2 – from Thursday 8th to Sunday 11th June.
Game for Euromed: “learning to play” to be Euro-Mediterranean citizens
Friday 9 June 2017 | @ the Bamboos
Botanical Garden of the University of Palermo – via Lincoln, 2, Palermo
During the workshop, festival participants will be able to test the board game: this will be essential to evaluate players’ feedback in order to make any changes before the development of the final version.
Who was the Arab prime minister of the Austrian government?
Who is the Palestinian novelist who won the Man Booker International Prize?
What famous aviator and writer was depicted on the French francs before the introduction of Euro?
These are some of the gaming questions of the GEM – Game for EuroMed project, funded by the Anna Lindh Foundation to provide skills and knowledge to educators working both in formal and non-formal education.
GEM’s partnership involves organizations from both sides of the Mediterranean, in particular:
- CESIE (Italy, coordinator),
- ADICE – Association for the Development of Citizen and European Initiatives (France),
- JUHOUD – Juhoud for community and Local Development (Palestine),
- WASEELA – Waseela for training and development (Egypt).
With the support of:
The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of CESIE and does not necessarily reflect the position of the Anna Lindh Foundation.