Mobility for Intercultural learning
We subscribe the mind-set by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) that pluralism is built on “the genuine recognition of, and respect for, diversity and the dynamics of cultural traditions, ethnic and cultural identities, religious beliefs, artistic, literary and socio-economic ideas and concepts”, and that “the harmonious interaction of persons and groups with varied identities is essential for achieving social cohesion”. Moreover, we believe that offering youngsters the possibility to encounter and interact with peers from different social and cultural backgrounds, diverse regions and countries, is the first step to promote Intercultural Dialogue. Therefore, we set forth projects in which participants undertake a striking process of Intercaltural Learning, the touchstone to what regards the promotion of greater intercultural understanding, social inclusion and non-discrimination.
“1 step in, 1000 steps forward towards intercultural learning”
Study Session in France developed to deepen participants’ competences in promoting intercultural learning.
“Be Beautiful! Youth Exchange on health and inclusion!”
Youth Exchange in Italy to promote healthy life styles in order to prevent health problems and guaranteeing a better access to health care.