Partners discussed the content and design of the main project output – INTERCULTURAL TRAINER’S KIT. Best practices of teaching techniques were presents, as well as summary of results from the need analysis of migrant groups.
The transnational partner meeting of the INTERCULT project was inaugurated by the Vice Mayor and Councillor of the European Projects and Mobility areas of the Municipality of Quart de Poblet, Mr.Bartolomé Nofuentes, who is currently collaborating with the European Commission and the European Parliament in the design of the new Horizon Europe Strategic Plan, a document that will replace the previous Horizon 2020, participating in different meetings and work forums.
There was a big celebration in Valencia, Spain as part of the program of activities due to the International day of cultural diversity on 21st of May 2019.
The main event took place in the “Plaza de la Virgen”, with the performances of 20 migrant organisations.
We had the chance to use the stand of the Intercultural Platform of Spain to disseminate our project.
The InterCult partners held their second meeting on 16-17 April 2019 in Prague, the Czech Republic. During the meeting they presented the collected good practices and discussed successful methods and approaches for work in a multicultural environment from each country. The partners also presented the results from the surveys performed among migrant groups from Somalia, Romania, Syria, Russia, Iraq, Morocco, Sub-Saharian countries, Latin America, Chechnya, Afghanistan, Ukraine and Vietnam. The aim of the surveys was to identify specific needs of migrants from different regions and use their input in the development of the Intercultural Trainers Kit.
The next partner meeting will take place in Valencia, Spain on 30 Sept-1 Oct 2019.
The kick-off project meeting was held on 8-9 November 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria and used for discussing and planning the project activities and the involvement of relevant stakeholders and target groups representatives. The partners agreed on the approach towards collecting good practices which provide successful models for work in a multicultural environment as well as selected 12 migrant communities which to be involved in a survey for identifying the learning needs and specifics of different migrant groups.