Learning to Live Together
Learning to Live Together Programme
Learning to Live Together is an interfaith and intercultural programme for ethics education that contributes to nurturing ethical values in children and young people.
Learning to Live Together Posters
Learning to Live Together Executive Summary
What is the Learning to Live Together? How was it developed? Where and how can it be used? In the Executive Summary you can find answers to all these questions, as well as information about outstanding projects that show the potential of the programme.
Good Practices Series | Massa-Massar: The Journey
The Massa-Massar programme creates opportunities for Jews and Palestinians to meet, learn from one another, challenge their prejudices and stereotypes, listen to new narratives and reflect on their relations with others and their role in their societies.
Good Practices Series 2 | Learning to Play Together
Learning to Play Together showcases the adaptation and use of the programme in physical education in a multicultural school in Athens. Learning to Play Together was implemented with fifth-grade students from the Elementary School of Intercultural Education in Faliro, Athens, Greece since 2011. It provides alternatives to the use of competitive games and sports in physical education and helps to promote mutual understanding and respect among youth living in multicultural societies.
Training of Trainers Booklet
In 2010, Arigatou International offered an International Train the Trainers course designed to help those providing training programmes on the use of the Learning to Live Together. The University of Edinburgh helped develop and evaluate the Train the Trainers as a pilot project.