This Partnership aimed mainly to promote the intercultural dialogue, also looking at 2008, European Year of the Intercultural Dialogue. The partecipating schools worked together celebrating diversity through welcoming, acquaintance and enhancing differences. Children, as future European citizens, were taught how to prevent prejudice and stereotypes, which are the main cause of racism. Children learned how to live together positively with differences, accepting and appreciating them, getting richer thanks to them, even maintaining the consciousness of one own roots, experimenting the global citizenship. Many interdisciplinary activities have been promoted, in order to favour integration and inclusion, the conflict prevention, the education to peace, to active citizenship and human rights. The acquisition of European languages has been promoted, also ehnancing some minority languages.
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