There after we did the activity “wishes and fears” during which we were invited to write in cards our expectations toward the training course and also our fears.
In fact, as examples of expectations that the participants have mentioned, we can state the followings:
- Discover new cultures
- Share experiences
- Acquire new competences and pedagogical methods
And among the participants fears we can highlights:
- Conflicts between participants
- Misunderstanding and personal judging
We have started the day by the presentation of the participants in order to get to know each others. In fact , each participant has introduced him or herself, his/her background , academic studies , and his/her previous experiences related to the topic of the training course or other fields.
Also we have organized funny games between participants in order to have more energy during the day, and also for getting to know each other much better.
This blog contains impressions and results from the training course “Dealing with Migration”, that took place in Berlin from the 23rd November to the 3rd or December.
Happy blogging and enjoy reading.
REPORT & OUTCOMES
A) Reworking the blog
B) Campaign group work & presentation
A) Excursion to Amaro foro
B) Working with and empowering refugees
C) Open Space II
PoC Perspectives / Responsibility
A) Critical Whiteness methods in political education
B) The Reverse of Wealth – group work and presentation
C) The Refugee Chair
BIAS & STEREOTYPES / ACTIVISM & PROTEST
A) Educuation against discrimination: Anti-Bias – introducing the approach
B) Activists Report
C) Open Space I
A) postcolonial perspectives on local realities: postcolonial Berlin tour
INTEGRATION & INCLUSION
A) Art – education – migration: the “Berlin Bound” project
B) Experience play
LOCAL SITUATIONS / INTEGRATION & INCLUSION
A) Action Research: collecting the findings & group work presentations
B) Migration Rights and Institutions
C) Priviledges & Opportunities – One Step forward
D) Intercultural Game