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Innovative training for managing multicultural schools

Europe is becoming more and more a multicultural environment, with a mix of multi-ethnic societies. This process comes both from a more integrated Union and the right of EU citizens to move within the EU, but also due to migratory flows from not-EU countries. With more than 1 million migrants arrived by sea in 2015, almost 34,900 by land (source: IOM) and more than 150,000 migrants already arrived by sea in 2016 (source: UNHCR), and considering that the number of asylum seekers out of the total arrivals was of 627,000 in 2014 and close to 1.3 million in 2015 (EUROSTAT), it is very evident that European societies are experiencing significant changes. These data are also a signal that the EU is becoming more attractive for those persons looking for better life conditions or leaving their own Country due to economic/political difficulties. Moreover, these figures do not take into account the legal migration, e.g. not-EU persons legally living and established in European Union.

The project partners strongly believe that migration is a common opportunity and enriches society through cultural diversity, but at the same time it may produces new situations difficult to be managed, especially at school level. In a multicultural society, teachers have to face new challenges and cannot limit anymore their activity to traditional and top-down methods, which risk to be no longer effective. They need to go beyond the text-books, ready to address issues of controversy, holding an intercultural approach and learning new ways to manage multicultural environment and potential shortcoming emerging in classrooms among students or among teachers/students. The proliferation of multicultural classes may crash with a low number of prepared teachers and school staff. 

The "Fabula Loci"

You are invited to contribute by taking a part in the cultural project.

One of the most interesting elements of this common heritage is represented by the articulated "world of fairy tales." The fairy tale is a story coming from the past. It speaks of ancient times, and so maintains all the charm of the elsewhere, but also sets elementary paths of existence involving all mankind. 

The "Fabula Loci" project is aimed to the formation of an European consciousness develop creativity and increase the operational activities of the group of partners to spread the knowledge of territories and history, to improve collaboration and civic responsibility, to provide support for the development of innovative programs and valorize the European intangible cultural heritage. 

The project intends to exchange experiences and best practices engaging the network of municipalities, city museums, universities, cultural organizations of local authorities in field of promoting knowledge on common history illustrated in folk tales as cultural heritage. Development of methodology to motivate a whole spectrum of participants. The bottom up strategy will be applied encouraging citizens to handle themselves intercultural cooperation with understanding and enjoyment of the values, rights and opportunities created by the EU.
If you find the project interesting please contact 

Halina Pawlik 

Project e-Roma Resource

The Union of Associations Multikultura invites all who may be interested in the engagement with the eRR Roma Project. MULTIKULTURA organize the User Groups, with the MULTIKULTURA website as an access point for those attempting to access and distribute information. We will provide regular updates as well as an opportunity for individuals to download and use the resources.

About e-RR project 

The project serves for Assisting and supporting the processes of integration and education of the Roma, the e-RR platform has been designed based on previous experiences, projects results, and examples of good practice. A transnational and educational platform is intended for a specific group of professionals and the Roma, whose divergent needs are carefully taken into consideration. This selection of information, materials and project results covers an overview of all the import_ant aspects in the field of Roma integration and it offers possible dissemination and the application of project results in the forthcoming practice.

Working for Environmentally Educated Towns- WE- NET

Multikultura is a partner in the new project "Working for Environmentally Educated Towns- WE- NET"
In the Europe for Citizen Programme.

The main objective of this project is to establish a network of municipalities and towns from different regions across Europe to work together on environmental sustainability. The recycling theme promoted by this project plays a pivotal role within the overall sustainable development agenda. Environmental pollution is not an issue just for one state or municipality, but it is a problem with global impact on population. Regarding the environment there are no borders between states. Recycling is relevant for promoting sustainable development. The main objective is to mobilize citizens for cooperation between municipalities and towns from different state, to discuss about the relevance of recycling for their society and for their future generations.

The project brings together people from 8 countries coming from economically, historically and culturally different countries representing a great opportunity to work together on issues of mutual concern and exchange ideas. The biggest emphasis will be on young people because they are the future of Europe, they must make the difference for a better and more sustainable world. Young citizens will contribute as protagonists to the discussion on the topics foreseen. The project seeks to initiate discussion on the subject as well as promoting active participation, providing a platform to voice citizens’ opinions. Collaborative organisation and partnerships with municipalities, educational facilities, like-minded institutions and businesses, and community organisations is seen as crucial to maximise reach and impact of the project. 


The „eMultipoetry” just began to cooperate with the new project „ePublisher” in the CREATIVE EUROPE Programme Michał Zabłocki will share his long experience in collective poetry creation establishing writing chats in the European countries with national moderators following his methodology. As part of the "Multipoetry: Poems on the Walls" we will additionally project the poems from: Lithuania, Portugal and Finland.


eMultipoetry is an educational poetry project realised as part of the European Union’s Grundtvig Programme. The project is run by cultural institutions in Poland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Greece.

As part of the programme we are creating a new multi-language international online space for poetry. And not only for “high” and recognised poetry. We enable our users to systematically write and translate poems at the level they are actually at with opportunities to improve their own abilities and making international contacts and exchanges.

The project is aimed both at individual users of any age and those who run creative writing and translation courses.

Using our tools you can set up your own profiles, publish poems, translate them, comment on and evaluate the work of others, write poems in specially-constructed online games, and create group poems online under the supervision of moderators on specially-created chats. Interest groups can also be set up, as well as closed student groups who can improve their writing technique in various forms of poetry and prose under the supervision of lecturers.

eMULTIPOETRY official description:

The project proposes a theoretical and practical framework for providing a co-operative Language Life Long Learning ICT methodology to teachers, educational institutions and to policy makers. The aim is to bring results of an integrated research and teaching programmes on the local, national and international scale, integrate and develop the existing curricula for the training of teachers and translators in the full range of multimedia innovative ICT methodology addressing the needs of Europe's new cultural situation. The project aims to design a techno-pedagogical environment for extending knowledge on languages and modern poetry, by co-operative translating, composing and international multimedia presentations of translated poems.

The outcomes will offer ICT tools ready to be used by European schools based on an innovative educational method developed by international team of language experts. They will consider the existing methods as well as conclusions drawn from application of screening tools used at consecutive stages of project evaluation (statistic, surveys) Consequently, the project creates a European digital library of poems with collection of modern poetry built up on poems created as a result of an international cooperation as well as using resources of European libraries and visual archives supplied by cooperating television stations. In its broad sense the project attempts to inspire Europeans towards extending their language skills by way of international communication and exchange with application of innovative multimedia and ICT methodology. In order to assure a wide popularization it includes application of innovative form that multimedia and Internet offers (music, images, data defined pieces of poetry- Cyber Literature) The project produces and broadcasts documentary film and develops poetry translation video games that allow a wide dissemination and make attractive products available to those with limited access to Internet.

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