in association with ASHA Centre
Τίτλος : «The Muslim World and Europe: Mutual Appreciation Seminar»
Τόπος : Flaxley / Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Ημερομηνίες : 8 εώς 15 Οκτωβρίου 2013
Συμμετέχοντες : 3 άτομα 18 – 35 ετών
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Συμμετοχή : 40 € (εφόσον επιλεγείτε)
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The seminar is looking at the diverse richness of European and Islamic cultures and the challenges and opportunities to be faced in ensuring that we are able to mutually benefit from each other in the context of Euro-Mediterranean relations. This project will give participants – youth workers and youth leaders from European Union and south Mediterranean countries – the opportunity to reflect on what makes them most truly proud of their own culture, and what might be most fascinating and enriching from other cultures. The main aims of the project are to analyse how the mutual perceptions between the two parts of the world shape their relationship, and to equip participants with skills in intercultural dialogue.
Participants will share with each other food, poetry, stories, ideas; art… whatever they feel is really valuable about their culture and history in a spirit of openness and celebration. The project will also help them to explore the old and rich heritage of positive cultural interaction between Europe and the Islamic world (e.g. literary, scientific, and religious) as well as establish a base of appreciation for positive relationship between these two cultural ‘blocks’ for today and the future. As a consequence of this project, participants will have their intercultural competencies increased, in addition to basic expertise on practical dimensions of cooperation between youth organisations from Euro-med and Europe. The project will involve 27 participants from 8 different countries (4 from Europe and Union, 4 from Meda countries) and will take place in the Forest of Dean in October 2013.
The project will be based on non-formal learning methods – ASHA is a well-established hub for non-formal education and regularly hosts educational events for youth from all over the world.
Participating Countries: United Kingdom, Palestine, Italy, Egypt, Greece, Jordan, Israel, Bulgaria