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The project aim is to collect good practices from partners from different EU countries, especially those at the forefront in this humanitarian crisis: Italy, Turkey as countries of first arrival and UK, Austria and Slovenia as countries that most of the refugees see as final destination. The objectives are share best practices between organizations in Europe dealing refugees/migrants within hosting communities; learn different methods of teaching to migrant groups, acquire new ICT skills to use during the classes of migrants; prevent conflicts, xenophobia, radicalization and marginalization and provide them training key intercultural learning and inclusion of refugees.

 

Context  

The project was born after a careful analysis of the changes in nowadays society due to the current humanitarian crisis and the displacement of millions of people fleeing from their countries in search of better life conditions. This analyses is supported by numerous sources at European and global level, such as the UNHCR and IOM, the Common Agenda for Integration, among many others.

The project aims to collect good practices from partners from different EU countries, especially those at the forefront in this humanitarian crisis: Italy, Turkey as countries of first arrival and UK, Austria and Slovenia as countries that most of the refugees see as final destination.

 

Objectives 

  •  to share best practices between organizations in Europe dealing refugees/migrants within hosting communities
  •  to learn different methods of teaching to migrant groups
  •  to acquire new ICT skills to use during the classes of migrants
  • to develop suggestions for local and educational authorities for the possible measures to prevent conflicts, xenophobia, radicalization and marginalization
  • training key figures working with refugees in intercultural learning and stimulate them to develop and adopt new techniques for the inclusion of migrants
  • promoting pedagogical approaches in dealing with challenges and opportunities in multicultural and pluralistic societies and empowering participants to work on reflective competences and tools for social change
  • Providing digital competencies to the participants
  • Promoting the importance of EU values, democracy and employability
  • Building bridges between schools, local communities and authorities

 

Activities

  •  Creation of the web site and social media profile of the project
  • International training activities in partner countries
  • National workshops with local refugee centres and local authorities in each of the partner countries.

 

Project partners:

  • Gebze Halk Eğitimi Merkezi – Turkey
  • Hatay Il Mili Egitim Mudurlugu-Turkey
  • IIB Interdisziplinare Bildung – Austria
  • Kairos Europe Ltd – United Kingdom

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