In a context of intercultural dialogue, the participants will express stereotypes and prejudices upon other’s countries and upon their own country, getting to know different points of view and discussing some theoretical intercultural models.
This exercise has been chosen because it doesn't refer to any scheme known by participants, as it obliges us to take distance (till the moon!) and so to concentrate on decision making within an international multicultural team.
Intercultural learning should be inherent in all international projects, in order to maximize the learning opportunities of the participants. This activity favours participants'reflection about the perception of themselves, the others, their environment.
An activity to stimulate team work and trust between the participants by exercising different communication strategies.
Our cultural identity is made up of many factors: our environment (nature, history, and geography), our language, religion, etc. Through this tool participants bring to the table some personal beliefs, especially on the topic of the middle-east situation.
Provides an opportunity to discuss prejudices about different societies around the Mediterranean.
A tool that facilitates reflection on the conditions of work (political, economic, security, social, cultural, institutional, etc.) in South Med countries and how these can reflect on a partnership.
A simulation game about ICL (Intercultural Learning) and project management.
The tool fosters the feeling of belonging to Europe by offering information from history, nature, society, culture, challenging participants to learn more about it and to discover things European countries have in common.
The tool teaches participants how the environment can offer important information to the ones that observe it (in this case about the geographic relation with the environment).