Solidarity:

An ethical imperative for advancing the role of education in migrant and refugee inclusion in Europe

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About the Online Module.

About this Online Module

This online module is part of “Solidarity”, a project that seeks to empower educators from across Europe to enable children from migrant, refugee and host communities to learn to live together in solidarity.

This is a space for educators to share and learn from each other’s contexts and experiences. We invite you to explore the webinars and participate in the discussions.

Webinars

The project engages educators working with children from migrant, refugee and host communities from across Europe in a series of three online webinars to create dialogue, awareness and capacity on the transformative role of education in enabling children from migrant, refugee and host communities to learn to live together in solidarity.

The role of education in promoting learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe

17 March 2021
17:00-19:30 CET - 2.5 hours

The role of education in promoting learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe

This webinar seeks to build a dialogue on the role of education in strengthening coexistence and interconnectedness between people from different backgrounds and help promote learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe.
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Psycho-social support for resilience and well-being of children in the context of migrant and refugee inclusion in Europe

21 April 2021
17:00-19:30 CET - 2.5 hrs

Psycho-social support for resilience and well-being of children in the context of migrant and refugee inclusion in Europe

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Ethics Education to foster intercultural and interfaith learning as a dialogical approach to transform migrant, refugee and host community dynamics

19 May 2021
17:00-19:30 CET - 2.5hrs

Ethics Education to foster intercultural and interfaith learning as a dialogical approach to transform migrant, refugee and host community dynamics

The main aim of this webinar is to build awareness and dialogue on the role of ethics education for children to promote learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe.
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