In our increasingly multicultural society Intercultural Learning becomes more important every day. We need to provide students with relevant competences in order to be active in school and society. Building on these needs the Erasmus+ project ‘Intercultural Learning for pupils and teachers’ offers school leaders and teachers of secondary schools, trainings and tools to include intercultural learning in every subject and aspect of the school life.
The Intercultural learning for Pupils and Teachers project has been established by The European Federation for Intercultural Learning (EFIL), the European School Heads Association (ESHA), AFS Vivre Sans Frontiere (France), AFS Programmes Interculturels (Belgium-Wallonia), InterCultur (Germany), Fondazione Intercultura (Italy), the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) Ecole internationale Le Verseau – ELCE (Belgium-Wallonia) and Lycée Gabriel Faure, Tournon-sur-Rhône (France) .
The partner organisations of the “Intercultural learning for pupils and teachers project” are happy to share their know-how and documents on this site. Please feel free to use them, recognizing, however the work of the many people who contributed to their development. In their reproduction, even partial, please leave explicit reference to Association that produced them and its official logo.
EFIL is releasing today the Study ‘Recognition of school study periods abroad in Europe – an overview and policy recommendations‘, which has been drafted with the precious contribution of 5 countries in this project…
You can now have a look at the project's video with German subtitles with Italian subtitles with French subtitles