To promote best practices in raising awareness in schools of the facts of migration, with the participation of all the agents involved: the educational community and public and private social organisations.
To study and systematise best practices used in the framework of the programmes jointly funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.
- To select best practices used and contact with the organisations involved.
- To develop, design and implement a website for sharing best practices.
- To draw up a list of best practices to help identify ten principles to be considered basic in carrying out intercultural awareness projects in schools.
- To disseminate best practices in the educational community with the aim of improving the results of future intercultural awareness projects.
Ten best practices
This project promotes the compilation of intercultural awareness projects in different spheres. Below are the ten basic principles for carrying out intercultural projects in schools:
- Awareness as two-way integration
- Inclusive education
- Cultural and religious diversity: the point of departure is recognition of cultural and religious diversity and the opportunities diversity has to offer
- Sustainability: they must design viable long-term solutions
- Replicable: it must be possible to replicate projects in schools of different types or in different areas
- Adaptability: projects must also be versatile, so that they can be adapted to different ages and types
- Reflection: perform activities that lead to reflection on social inequalities
- Gender: they must promote equality in gender relations
- Involvement of different professions
- Innovative and effectiveness assessed by aims and results