Music for brotherhood
Start date: Mar 16, 2015,
End date: Jun 15, 2015
Everyone would like to live in a peaceful world without war. But it is true that peace equals only a world without wars and violence?
Reflecting with a group of friends, one day in the square of our country, we realized that in today's society the problem is not only the wars and the "physical" violence but also a more subtle violence, psychological violence, to which many people have unfortunately succubi.
We decided to present this project because we believed it was important the information and training of young people on these issues. It's important to understand, from an early age, that a comparison and dialogue with people of different nationalities can get out of it only the richest from the cultural point of view and personal. Since intercultural dialogue is acquired values fundamental for the life of every day like respect and understanding for each other.
Participation in our cultural exchange we believe it served to achieve following objectives:
- Promoting intercultural dialogue through mixed group work by gender and nationality
- Promoting values such as respect for diversity, empathy, equality and peace thanks to a series of activities on the theme of racism and xenophobia.
- Help the participant to understand their role in the process of building peace and a 'Europe unit.
- Encourage young people to take an active part in society and to have then more self themselves. During the exchange they are in fact always been encouraged to express their opinion and to take part in all activities on the agenda, hoping to take an active role
Also in everyday life. In our case, we hope that put into practice quelloimparato during the exchange and you do "promoters" of values such as respect, peace,
The brotherhood ... I spread the results of the project even before an audience of outsiders to it, it has meant that the exterior can take note of the problem and react to it.
To achieve our goals we used the non-formal and informal methodology, through activities such as informal conversations, brainstorming, workshops. The boys involved had an Age between 13 and 30.
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