One of our partners, namely FDE, shared us their experience in Prague Erasmus+.
We are living at a time when more people than ever living outside their
home country. 3.2 percent of the world’s population live outside their country
of origin. Through the years around 72 million migrants have made their home
in Europe. Just EU is home to over 33 million people born outside the EU. In
addition, there are more than 17 million citizens switched their country of birth
within the EU. Like it or not, the European societies are ethnically and culturally
mixed, and the trend is growing. But as societies are becoming more mixed,
the conflicts between the people from different nationality, religion, race,
background and etc. are increasing. This situation is increasing the demand for
extra methods, skills and tools which will be put into practice in order to
improve the communication and cooperation for peacefully living together. And
if people have positive and enriching experiences with other cultures than they
are more likely to embrace diversity.
Manual- Teaching methods in intercultural mixed areas