ALL IN: Ways of belonging: FROM intercultural dialogue to social inclusion



The project “ALL IN: Pathways to belonging: From interculturAL dialoguAL to sociaL INclusion” was created to cover up the heterogeneity of culture due to frequent migratory movements of the population.

Previous waves of migration have not been as massive as today and a consequence of the great mobility and accessibility of travel in recent decades. As a result, societies become increasingly multicultural, and the identities of many homogeneous nations and local and regional communities become questionable. The project partners will discuss the positive aspects of intercultural dialogue and the negative responses that may emerge at the moment in 7 transnational study visits, where all European citizens can participate in various activities.

During the two years of the project, project partners will collect stories of migrants, and some of them will be able to meet live. The main purpose of collecting stories is based on the assumption that people are easier to identify with the personal stories of different people than with statistics. In order to bring foreign cultures closer to every European citizen, cooking recipes, which are a bridge for getting to know and understand cultural differences, will be collected and published on a blog, and the final product of the project will be a pdf brochure.

In addition to our organization, the project is implemented by the Regional Development Agency Zasavje (Slovenia), Association for the Development of Volunteer Work Novo mesto (Slovenia), NGO Domovik (Kosovo *), Regional Association of Local Authorities of Western Macedonia (Greece), Institute for Eastern Studies (Poland), Pegeia Municipality (Cyprus) and Foligno Association of Local Organizations (Italy)

The project is co-financed by the European Union through the “Europe for Citizens” program.

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