1. Maria Helena

    Project RefugeesIN – Cinema for Refugees Social Inclusion

                Adult learning opportunities for social inclusion by critical analysis of European cinema and documentary film making on inspiring refugees’ life stories  What is RefugeesIN? RefugeesIN is a European Project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, coordinated by AidLearn, Portugal and partnered by: Hamburger Volkshochschule, Hamburg, Germany... Comment
  2. Panni

    divercity – diversity in the museum and in the city

    coordinationg organisation: Universidade Complutense de Madrid (Spain) partners: Elan Interculturel (France), Rede (Portugal), Stand 129 (Austria), Museum of Ethnograpy (Hungary), MHelsinki Art Museum (Finnland), Artemisszió (Hungary) The project is financed by the Erasmus+ program There are barriers to access of culture virtually in all European societies, and these barriers are... Comment
  3. Panni

    IN SITU training

    IN SITU training on site-specific theatre Site-specific theatre, and particularly its use in a socially engaged artistic context is a very exciting tool to use, interrogate. It has the potential, through its direct engagement with space and local context, of enabling (young) people to re-imagine their situations, take ownership of... Comment
  4. Panni

    Social Circus

      WHAT IS SOCIAL CIRCUS? The Social Circus is a teaching-learning process of circus skills that aims to include people at risk and the social development of their community. In a pedagogical proposal such as this stimulating creativity and promoting social skills are achieved by the participants. These can improve... 1
  5. Cinzia

    P.IN.O.K.I.O.- Pupils for INnOvation as a Key to Intercultural and social inclusion

    The project “P.IN.O.K.I.O. - aims at promoting intercultural dialogue and creativity against social exclusion using literature and children’s stories from different cultures as well as web 2.0 tools in order to create a methodology for teachers of nursery schools or primary schools to improve intercultural dialogue among children and their families through school activities. Comment