The Chilean visiting professor Davide PIacenti held a lesson about Migration from and to Italy.
Students saw that Italian migrants was considered by the American authorities at the beginning of the XX century in the same way that now we see migrants: bad, dirty, dangerous…
We need a different eye to look at them now.
A national meeting to show Erasmus+ best practices, directly by the winner schools.
Students presented their experience: “I’ do again tomorrow, it changed my life”; “When you are around a table with 8 different countries students you feel you have the same language, you are just human beings and brothers”.
Teachers developed some typical aspects of their projects: Impact and dissemination, outputs, priorities.
The event is part of the official European calendar of events
A lecture by Lucio Melandri, UNICEF Refugee & Migrant Cell Coordinator.
About 50 millions children are uprooted now and the number is growing.
After the WW2 we succeeded in including refugees, migrants, people without a place to stay.
Now we build walls and we look at them as a danger…
What can we do?
In Ravenna on 20th February we will have an international event to celebrate the Erasmus+ program 30th Anniversary. Here the programme
We chose this date because it’s the World Day of Social Justice and this is one of the main interests of our project.
In the morning, the students’ experience.
In the afternoon, the experts’ lectures and the teachers’ experience.
Konstantina Dimakakou (student of the 4th Senior High School, Kalamata-Greece) about her logo:
“The drawing shows two kids, that are completely different, holding the Earth in their hands. The girl is white and the boy is black. I’ve chosen to draw T-shirts on them that have the opposite colours. With this antithesis, I want to highlight that the world belongs to everyone, no matter how he looks like, where he is from, what he wears. Everybody has the right to consider Earth as his home. Equality is the basic foundation of democracy. Every single person in the world has to have the privilege to live in a democratic constitution, where he is able to have the same rights with all of his fellow citizens.
I put the flags in this order considering where each country is located on the Earth.
Finally, I put the name of our action in a cloud so as to show that it is an idea, it is a thought that can totally change the way we see the world. It can make us all think differently about how we are supposed to behave to people different from us, but also to the planet Earth, our home…”
Finally we have our official logo, a great including vision by Konstantina!
Today the two NAs of Greece and Italy have approved the INCLUDE e-Twinning project.
Well, we'll use the Twin Sace to share our works. Thank you, Kelly!