Yalla Integra! aims to bring young people with and without a refugee background together, allowing them to get to know each other and enjoy different activities as a big group or as a tandem in pairs.
The project (Y)our Europe?! is implemented by migration_together and partners from Bulgaria, Italy and Turkey.
The main objectives of the project are to make Europe more tangible and to prepare young people to actively work for peaceful coexistence in multicultural societies.
This project communicates possible legal mobilities tools and wants to provide easily understandable information in the form of little video clips. Furthermore, the project raises awareness on refugees’ life realities and strengthens solidarity between citizens and migrants.
Show me your school!
The goal of “Show me your school!” (Ger. Zeig mir deine Schule!) is to inform young displaced people about Waldorf education and make the Waldorf school, which is usually an unknown education for some, more accessible.
Listen to my story
“Hör meine Geschichte” (in German) is a project that aims to increase the appreciation for diversity and reduce the fear of the “unknown” in the local population. Through biographical work “Hör meine Geschichte” aims to people with and without a refugee background on equal terms and establish inclusion. Above all, we engage with experiences and needs in the field of mobility in Europe.
life realities and strengthens solidarity between citizens and migrants.
“TAMA TAMAN” is the language of the Mandinka ethnic in west Africa and means ”to go on a journey together”.
The TAMA TAMAN project is an intercultural exchange which brings young people from different countries like Italy and Germany together so that they can share stories and take part in different seminars and workshops.
European Citizenship Education for New Europeans
The European Union is in need of new European Citizens not least to satisfy the needs of its labour markets. At the same time, people escaping from war, persecution and poverty keep on arriving at the shores of the European Union. Most of them stay and with that are part of the group of New Europeans.