PARTNERSHIPS AND RESULTS IN COMENIUS, LEONARDO DA VINCI AND GRUNDTVIG
National Agencies

2009-1-FR1-COM06-07236

Regards croisés sur l'exil

Comenius multilateral partnerships

PARTNERS
  • France
  • Turkey
  • Italy
  • Romania
  • Czech Republic
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    ORGANIZATION Coordinator

    LYCEE ARISTIDE BERGES

    TYPE OF ORGANIZATION

    General secondary school

    ADDRESS

    30 rue Aimé Bouchayer - BP 31 – SEYSSINET PARISET CEDEX

    CONTACT PERSON

    Martine DUPUIS

    Cross perspectives on exile

    The project will focus on one of the most important issues of our society: migrations and exile. The participants will be young people, 16 to 20 years old, and through the project we will try to provide them with wider and more diverse views on the subject. Immigration has impacted widely on European societies, and will continue to do so. Europe has diversified culturally. This has led to the development of new forms of dealing with discrimination, social exclusion, racism and xenophobia. The project represents an opportunity for students and teachers in participating countries to collaborate and communicate in order to develop the knowledge and understanding of the differences between our cultures and to place a greater value on diversity. The main goals of our project are: -To develop more tolerance and respect that each culture deserves in the new European context, -to awake the public opinion on the fact that insocial tegration of migrant communities, mostly reveal an ethnicized discourse about social problems. -And so to fight racism and xenophobia and discrimination. Also, we aim at enhancing the European dimension by promoting knowledge of different cultures, practice of foreign languages, co-operation and mobility.

    RESULTS
  • Joint results
  • France
  • Turkey
  • Italy
  • Romania
  • Czech Republic
  • web pages

    LANGUAGE(S)

    English, French

    AUDIENCE(S)

    Pupils, Students, Trainees, Adult learners, Teachers, Parents

    PRODUCT TYPE

    Website

    AVAILABILITY

    Link to

    COPYRIGHT

    Yes