Start date: Aug 31, 2016,
End date: Jan 30, 2017
The Project In.Mind aims to foster intercultural education of young people, through respect for diversity that has become part of our everyday life, to foster a spirit of openness, interest in other cultures, mutual acceptance, the constructive exchange and enrichment of values, in a context of non-formal learning and intercultural exchange.Through this experience, the participants will acquire some "intercultural skills" to become free citizens of Europe, in the choices, in relationships, on the basis of acceptance, mutual respect and integration.The eight days of work together will be inspired by a mix of activities, designed to encourage interaction among participants and promote learning experience dynamic and creative, in which participants will be guided to explore the complex issue of intercultural and to confront their prejudices, their fears and feelings.The working methods, include: ice breaking, energizing, team building exercises, individual and group activities, discussions, work on practical examples in small groups, workshops, collection, preparation of materials for the realization of the final product, making of a documentary film. There will also be study visits to local NGOs, and meetings with experts in the field.The results and benefits that the project intends to produce, can be summarized as:- To foster mutual understanding, solidarity and tolerance;- To address the issue of discrimination in the context of inclusion- To promote European cooperation in the youth field;- To support the EU's founding principles.
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