ZELDA – Training for Interculturality
Zones of integration for the Cohen-Emerique’s intercultural approach Leading to Developments in Adult education (2019-2022)
In the last forty years, Europe has become a multicultural, multilingual and pluri religious society. To cope with these changes, there is a need to develop intercultural attitudes to be able to manage the cultural differences that increasingly characterize schools, job places, social services and public spaces.
However, intercultural skills cannot be improvised as they need specific training and a self-reflective attitude. The Cohen Emerique’s intercultural approach invites trainers, educators, volunteers and migrants to live these cultural differences and shocks as an opportunity to become aware of everyone’s cultural points of view and to share them in order to promote dialogue and mutual understanding.
- fostering intercultural competences in different target groups by disseminating the Margalit Cohen-Emerique innovative intercultural approach thanks to training courses and multiplier events
- developping an intercultural approach in public and private life that can help to fight against discrimination, racism and extremism.
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ZELDA project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Grant Agreement 2019-1-IT02-KA2014-063370