Massive migration flows for many European countries, including my home country (Germany), poses new questions on inclusion and social cohesion. One of the major challenges is to foster positive bonding between immigrants and local people. How can adult education contribute to this aim, beyond the celebration of a welcome culture?
RandolphDear Mike, this is great idea, which also takes further Lesley's concept of building the DISCUSS community in a mix of blended activities, connecting virtual with real world experience. Let's discuss it in Riga.5 years ago
NatassaA great opportunity is the school community and all child-centered activities (sports, art etc), that brings together parents. The school, the parents' association and the municipal structures can have a great influence in developing bonds between migrant and local families. 5 years ago
RandolphJust added MMS project to the project section. The project is developing tools to assist migrants and minority communities to be part of the society and community in which they are living. Its aim is to provide a practical approach to addressing the reality within migrant and minority communities of being at the margins of society.