Aims and objectives

Our project has aimed as below:
1) To raise RMS’ understanding and responsiveness to social, ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity.
2) To raise tolerances between migrant students and local students.
3) To develop activities to promote the integration of refugees and migrant students.
4)To help RMS and the local students around them have more active participation in social life together.
5) To raise awareness about refugee crisis in Europe
6) To develop students’ foreign language skills in order to create a better communication and understanding among them.
7) To improve the students’ ICT and basic skills in line with the objectives of Europe 2020 strategy. 8) To develop activities to prepare and deploy the education and training of professionals for equity, diversity and inclusion challenges in the learning environment
9) To develop activities of cooperation between regional authorities to promote the development of education, training and youth systems and their integration in actions of local, regional, national and, international development
10) To help students and teachers deal with educational challenges
11) To help create more cohesive and inclusive societies by the inclusion of pupils with disadvantaged backgrounds as mentioned in Erasmus+ programme 2018.
12) To exchange good practices to promote well-performing education and training systems and youth policies which is one of the objectives of Erasmus+ programme 2019.
We will gather inspiration and knowledge from hitherto unknown foreign sources for new ways of teaching and learning.
– Letting our partners from abroad into our worlds – geographical, social, ethical, artistic and emotional – can only happen when we welcome them into our homes and home towns and neighbourhoods as guests and new friends, not as tourists. We will understand immigrants to our own land from these countries better when we have experienced their origins at first hand.
– Encounters between educators, social and learners from markedly different societies will challenge ingrained mono-cultural perceptions and are bound to change attitudes among all stakeholders (coordinators and their institutions, workshop leaders, teachers and learners) towards intercultural dialogue: that it can be creative, self-motivated and an essential part of individual fulfilment and our self-perceptions.
– Trans- dialogue, whether written, medial or face-to-face, will promote mutual appreciation and enjoyment of, and respect for other cultures. We learn a great deal when we see things from other people’s points of view and we will come to appreciate the ‘Other’ and the ‘strange’ as enrichments. – We aim for a growing sense of community generated by common endeavour, dialogue and exchange at linguistic, creative, pedagogic, organisational and personal relationship levels.
– We aim to inspire colleagues in each partner organisation, both within and outside our project, to seek other ways of engaging in European projects to promote cohesion and cooperation transnationally in order to solve the problem by exchanging experiences.