The project started in August 2012 and it supports teachers in preparing, implementing and post-processing intercultural projects with youth groups from the Global South.
The aim is to combine theoretical and experiential learning and thus integrate the projects into the curriculum.
This project has been funded with support of the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the author and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
Partners in Denmark:
• SPOR Media (cultural NGO)
Partners in Austria:
• Lower Austrian Government
Danube University, Krems, and Youth Town, Copenhagen, gave intercultural and pedagogical input and supported the evaluation, as well as the international conference in May 2014. The conference was an opportunity for practitioners and academics to share experiences and results on an interdisciplinary level, and to match theory and practice of experiential intercultural learning.
Danish and Austrian teachers had the possibility to share their experiences and to develop learning formats in different subjects, using topics from the culture and countries of the visiting groups – before, during and after the visit. The teachers communicated through the Facebook group “Danaustria”.