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Intercultural Learning vs Discrimination
Start date: Mar 15, 2014,

Project title: Youth work through intercultural learning.Youth Exchange 3.1 (EaP window)Partner Countries: Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia.The project which will take place on 20-30, July 2014 (eleven-day-youth exchange including travel days) will let the young people to know that we work together and learn from each other. During the exchange the participants will present their own countries, own heritage, traditions, culture, habits, languages and will try to teach each other. Supporting interaction among peers can foster some of the most fruitful learning because peers often share a deep understanding of each others’ common challenges, experiences, and practices, and have developed valuable expertise in their fields. We will use the intercultural learning as a good tool in youth work and youth participation.The aim of the project:-Teach participants negotiate with people from different cultures, living with people from different nations, living in a different culture and the prospect of peace between different cultures. -Develop their skills and information about intercultural learning as a tool which can help in making youth work more productive without any kind of discrimnination. Objectives of the project are: -Exchange of experience and developing skills for 38 young people and youth workers from 6 European countries for carrying out activities against discrimination by using the intercultural learning method. -Train participants to use non-formal method based on intercultural learning in projects/ activities meant to prevent marginalization and discrimination against young people belonging to minorities and immigrant communitieResults: As a result of the project they will prepare a flashmob which will have a message to people against discrimination. During this activities will be involved 20 young people from Dilijan.

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