The project, funded under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund / National Fund for Asylum Policies and Services (AMIF), aims to strengthen awareness and knowledge in young people on on migration, global interdependence and human rights. This includes an understanding of cultural integration and reception of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
The goal is to: promote learning opportunities for young European in the framework of intercultural education, foster a culture of reception and solidarity in the struggle against intolerance, racism and discrimination, and to promote inclusion and social integration of migrants.
The specific aims of the project are:
- Dynamic and participative training for young students from the European Union, through educational workshops, documentary screenings, debates, seminars, and meetings with migrants, field actors and first-hand witnesses.
- Building a European network of schools active in migration, migrant reception and fightingagainst discrimination.
Since its first edition in 2015, the project has involved migrants, refugees who have survived disasters at sea and about 100 schools, 13 of which from different EU countries. To date , we have met about 16,000 students.