Intercultural education

The Beit Project – The Nomadic School of European Remembrance

The Beit Project, innovative international project on living together, which will be in 2023 for the first time in Timisoara. The project combines historical heritage with reflection on cultural diversity, its meanings and contemporary challenges.

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Learning from the Past, Acting for the Future – European Citizens Stand Up in Front of Injustices

The project “Learning from the Past, Acting for the Future – European Citizens Stand Up in Front of Injustices” was coordinated by the Intercultural Institute Timisoara in partnership with Fondazione Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea from Italy, Tsentar za Mezhduetnicheski Dialog i Tolerantnost Amalipe from Bulgaria and Big Picture Association from Poland. The project was co-funded by the European Union through the Europe for Citizens Programme.

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RELATION – Research, Knowledge, Education against Antisemitism

This project aims to create an innovative strategy for combating antisemitism that starts from a better knowledge of the Jewish history/traditions as part of the common history/traditions, and puts in place a set of educational activities in Italy, Spain, Romania and Belgium as well as online actions in order to tackle this phenomenon.

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SHIELD

SHIELD is a project funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund aimed at protecting places of worship from the risks of violent extremism. Implementing risk factors’ analysis, SHIELD is to enhance security postures at places of worship through improving the coordination, cooperation, and communication between law enforcement agencies, public authorities, faith leadership and congregations.

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“Imagine” Seminar

Between the 19th and the 21st of November 2021, in Toledo, Spain, the “Imagine” Seminar engaged a group of 30 school and university students in dialogues and debates around different current controversial issues.

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Dealing with popular myths. Youth work against disinformation and distortion of historical facts

The project aims to map myths and distortions of historical facts among youth and deconstruct them through the tools of historic-civic education. Myths and distortions are carriers of stereotypes but, in many cases, young people accept them as truths and don’t question them. They become easy targets for groups spreading myths, which youth is not able to recognize as such. This behavior leads to the growth of prejudices and stereotypes, hate speech and radicalization. The inability to critically understand information becomes even more worrying in internet era because these myths can easily reach young people through social media.

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Track and Field for All

The Track and Field for All project (T&F4All) is an innovative project which aims to use athletics for social and cultural integration. The project focuses on participation in athletics activities of young people from places where track and field activities are not so practiced, from those neighbourhoods and streets where children and young people from our European cities still live in disadvantaged conditions.

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Children’s Rights – Whole School Approach

The project aims to support the functioning of the Commissions for the prevention and elimination of violence, acts of corruption and discrimination in the school environment and the promotion of interculturality (CPEVACDSEPI) by fostering a child rights based approach.

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Fighting Intolerance through Intercultural Education in Schools

The project took place between August and November 2019 and was co-financed by the Romanian Government’s Department for Interethnic Relations and its main aim was the elaboration and dissemination of an Intercultural Education Guidelines for Teachers.

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Intercultural Calendar

A pioneer in Romania and worldwide, the Intercultural Calendar presents the most relevant dates for the different cultural groups living in Romania. Besides the main events for the Romanian majority, the calendar marks the important dates for the 20 minorities officially recognized in Romania.

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