Breaking Stereotypes

REaCT project concerns tolerance and respect for human rights. The results of this project will generate and disseminate positive messages aimed at achieving consistent coexistence with the mutual respect of European citizens and immigrants (refugees, repatriates).

To achieve the project’s goals, partner institutions will seek innovative teaching methods that will be tested in this specific context. These methods will be gathered in a training package available on-line, ready for implementation and use by training centers for adults across Europe.

The results of this project will generate and disseminate positive messages, aimed at achieving compatible coexistence respectful of one another European citizens and the “newcomers” (refugees, migrants, repatriated persons).

2nd project meeting and staff training in Ponte de Lima, Portugal

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The second meeting of the REaCT project took place in Ponte de Lima—Portugal on July 9th to 11th 2018.

During the meeting partners  presented the Learning lessons development: Inquiry, Advocacy, 6 thinking hats and RADAR methods and examples of using the methods. Public awareness and stereotypes.There was a discussion on the distinction between acceptance and tolerance and coexistence.

During the meeting the partners visited the Geração Tecla Cultural Center. The project aims to work more effectively on the social inclusion of the most vulnerable children and young people living in the social district of Santa Tecla. The aim of this project is to increase school and vocational qualifications as well as to develop the skills and competences of children and young people covered by the project in order to increase the chances of social and professional inclusion and equal

Come and join us in Cyprus

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We would like to invite you to participate in the various activities carried out at the local level by each of the partners, which is an excellent opportunity to stakeholders to exchange experiences and networking with educational and intercultural knowledge experts from our partner countries. This knowledge includes culture, behaviour and language differences.

The next project meeting and staff training will be held from 12 to 14 November 2018 in Limassol , Cyprus.

T.We would like to invite you to take part in the international workshops focusing on the designing positive messages to face the migration crisis and promote the process of reception (No Hate Speech and the dissemination of the campaign).

Workshops will take place on November 12 to 14, 2018 in the city of Limassol in Cyprus. A detailed program of the workshops will be published on the Facebook page and in the project website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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