Rethinking integration: Conditions for learning

We open our series with the topic of learning. Mostly, people only talk about how refugees can learn better and faster. It is rarely questioned what they need to learn. What are good conditions for learning? What prevents or hinders learning? And the most important question: How can these requirements be created in the city, in the institution, in the environment? In an online interactive format we want to discuss these questions with you and learn from the impulses of our guests to find new answers.
🎤 Our guests:
✨ Prof. Antonio Silvio Calò Developed the 6+6×6 scheme that
the EMBRACIN approach is adapting and re-using. For his accomplishments he was appointed European Citizen of the Year 2018.
✨ Benedetto Zacchiroli
President of the European Coalition of Cities against Racism.
✨ Linda Tinio-Le Douarin
Coordinator of UNESCO’s International Coalition of Inclusive and Sustainable Cities
✨ Fatuma Musa Afrah
Founder, advisor and award winning activist with a focus on women empowerment, community inclusion and integration.
📧 Registration
Do you want to join? Please send an e-mail to rethinkingintegration@eccar.info stating your name, occupation and the sessions you would like to attend – you will then be provided a link to Zoom.
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This online seminar is part of the “Rethinking Integration” series of 14 workshops. In this workshop cycle, integration is rethought by adopting different perspectives, examining the topic from different angles, and looking at different groups of actors. We want to move away from viewing integration as a one-dimensional task of the immigrants and want to reflect on privileges. Local conditions and relations to different spheres are crucial, cities are crucial!
The series is organized by the EU project “EMBRACIN” and funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) of the European Union.

Date

Apr 21 2022
Expired!

Time

10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Center for Social Innovation - CSI

Organizer

Center for Social Innovation - CSI
Email
info@csicy.com
Website
https://csicy.com

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