Learning to live together

Cena 2 000 euro 2017

Země: Rakousko

Region: Vorarlbersko

Odvětví: Veřejná správa

Pole působnosti: Mimoškolní vzdělávání, Předškolní péče a vzdělávání, Migrace

Kdo stojí za projektem: Bundesgymnasium Bludenz

Odpovědná osoba: Mag. Jürgen Schacherl

Web: Odkaz na web

O čem projekt je?

Talk less, do more, we’re told. But what if doing more means talking more? Because what if talking more then enables one to do more? This is the premise of our project, which seeks to help unaccompanied refugee minors find their place and independence in a new society through peer-instructed language sessions. More than a language course, our weekly meetings are a forum for intercultural dialogue.

Hodnocení poroty

Students and the refugees entrusted to them together organise individual teaching in an innovative way. With a one-on-one ratio for learners and mentors, mostly female students meet mostly male refugees – preconceived notions about what women and men ought to do will be rewardingly irritated. The school as the structuring institution opens up space, its teachers provide a supportive framework, within which the students and adolescent refugees act autonomously and develop their interchange. Regional networking and media coverage enable the broader public, if it so wants, to observe that, amazingly, prejudices are sometimes simply useless…