The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe (Poland), Milan Šimečka Foundation (Slovakia) and the Anne Frank Centre (Germany) would like to invite teachers and educators from Poland, Slovakia and Germany to participate in an anti-discrimination education workshop which will take place in Krzyżowa on 24-27.04.2023.
For whom? How can you benefit from taking part in the workshop?
We live in an increasingly multicultural society. In everyday life, at school and at work, we meet different people, people with different opinions, raised in a different tradition or representing different social minorities. Perhaps you as a teacher also have young people with a migration or refugee background in your class. In any case the workshop will provide you with the tools and skills necessary to better understand and respond effectively to diversity in the classroom, but also to manifestations of discrimination. During the workshops we will also encourage you to explore the possibility to organise an international school exchange and create partnerships with teachers and educators from other countries. It will be an opportunity to work on the anti discrimination topic in an international setting.
This event is aimed at youth workers in non-formal education institutions and teachers from Poland, Germany and Slovakia who would like to receive professional support in organising the international school exchange and in responding effectively to the needs of young people by conducting anti-discrimination education. The international dimension of the workshop makes it possible to share experiences and good practices in different countries, which is why the workshop is conducted in English and a communicative level of use of this language by participants is required.
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Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual understanding in Europe (PL), Milan Šimečka Foundation (SK) and Anne Frank Zentrum (DE) are getting together to invite teachers from Slovakia, Poland and Germany to the workshop on antidiscrimination education that will take part in Krzyżowa on 23-26.11.2022.
The workshop methods will be based on the Stories that Move - an online platform with a set of interactive tools for education against discrimination, in the form of multilingual hybrid learning materials (www.storiesthatmove.org). Nine project partners from seven European countries were involved in the development and creation of the Stories that Move platform (2015-18) and continue to work on disseminating the tool in formal and non-formal education.
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Anne Frank House and Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe invite you to participate in an expert meeting dedicated to the use of the Stories that Move tool in international youth exchange programs, including discussions on diversity and discrimination.
Please consider applying for this meeting where you will meet with inspiring colleagues to exchange ideas on good practise. Use the link below to indicate your interest.
Location: Krzyżowa, Poland
Date: 28-30 November 2022
Language of the meeting: English
Deadline for application: 20 October 2022
The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe invites teachers from Wrocław to a seminar on the tool of anti-discrimination education "Stories that Move". The seminar will be held as part of the Johanneum Novum project on 31st August 2021 from 9.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. in the outbuilding at 81 Romualda Traugutta Street in Wrocław.
Stories that Move is an online platform with a set of interactive tools for education against discrimination in the form of multilingual hybrid teaching materials (www.storiesthatmove.org).
During the seminar, participants will be presented with the tool and how to use it in class while working with students, as well as the pedagogical approach and methods supporting teachers in conversations on difficult topics related to discrimination.
Read more: ||Call for Applications|| Seminar "Stories that Move" - 31.08.2021