Adult Multicultural Εducation and Εuropean Ιdentity-A.M.Ed.E.I

This project was originally undertaken by the Hellenic Association for the Environment and Culture. The Chairman of Aeiforum Dr Dimitrios Kalaitzidis was the coordinator of the project.

Partners

  1. Hellenic Association for the Environment and Culture
  2. ASOCIAŢIA CULTURALĂ „OLTENIA”- CRAIOVA ROMANIA
  3. Towarzystwo Edukacyjne „Wiedza Powszechna” GDANSK POLAND
  4. IES POLITECNICO LAS PALMAS- GRAN CANARIA SPAIN
  5. E.Ri.Fo. Ente per la Ricerca e Formazione, ROME ITALY
  6. Organizzazione Sviluppo e IntegrAzione (O.S.A) PALERMO ITALY

 

Summary

Adult Multicultural Εducation and Εuropean Ιdentity-A.M.Ed.E.I

is a project whose focus is on people at risk of exclusion, members of the social groups with difficulties, unemployed people and migrants. They present an urgent need to develop the necessary skills for a better inclusion in society, to get knowledge about an easier integration as active citizens, to be offered chances to be informed and be brought closer to the culture of the European social space and environment. The project tackles an important aspect of the European enlargement process; it intends to improve the quality and accessibility of mobility, increasing its volume, helping learners to develop transversal competences such as social, civic, cultural and intercultural competences and entrepreneurship, in order to adapt them to the changing society and the requirements of labour market. It will enhance the skills and social abilities of the target groups, increasing intellectual interests and promoting their socio- cultural integration, developing the feeling of belonging to a European identity. Institutions will exchange information to set up co-operation with each other, in order to fulfil the expectations of citizens to have full and easy access to information and the development of the UE. It will allow improvement of skills, knowledge and cultural level of the target groups, increasing their social abilities, their intellectual interests, and promoting the socio cultural integration of these groups, developing the feeling of being part of a shared European identity.

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