The calendar is based on one culture, mainly on religious issues, which cannot represent all the minorities from the territory of one country. Participants create an intercultural inter-religious calendar, considering various minorities and cultures.
An “exhibition market” about the situation of minorities in different countries encourage participants to reflect and exchange about the situation of minorities in European and MEDA countries.
Experience being a part of a minority and of a majority, exploring the role of power relations regarding majority-minority issues.
Working about stereotypes and minorities using Turkey as a study case where 47 minorities live together.
Participants learn about the missions and role of European and international institutions and ratified conventions which protect the minorities rights at European and international level.
Using geographical maps, language maps and a music quiz the tool increases the level of knowledge about the minorities in EU and Meda countries taking into account the religious, linguistic and ethnic perspectives.
Experience being part of a majority group and being in a minority. Analyze the strategies we use to be accepted by the majority group.
Start discussion about different groups in society, exploring the feeling of rejection or exclusion through a specific group division dynamic using different colours.
There is a strong relationship between what is expected of us and how we behave. Using labels, the tool encourages a discussion about the effects of stereotyping people in order to raise awareness of the effect of our own behaviour on others.