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The Living Library is a methodology represented by people willing to share their personal stories and experiences through an open dialogue in order to de-construct single-stories and prejudices promoting diversity and inclusion.

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Innovative youth work practices on refugee inclusion through Living Libraries

Through the implementation of Living Library events in the public sphere, the project generates spaces for citizens to encounter diversity and de-construct fears and prejudices specially focusing on young migrants and refugees.

The project proposes to work for with youth workers from diverse communities around Europe to develop innovative practices on refugee inclusion through human rights education and Living Library methodologies.

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180

Attendants in all Europe

6

Countries

100

Participants
September 2018

Coordinators Meeting.

Rhodes-HoE

October – December 2018

Preparation of Local teams (with refugees and migrants)

All

January 2019

C1: Capacity Building

Tallinn- Trajectorya

June 2019

M2: Intermediate Meeting (1 Coordinator +1 Practitioner)

Magenta-YEA

April – August 2019

Living Library events

Barcelona – AHEAD Rhodes – HoE Magenta – YEA Tallinn – Trajectorya

October 2019

C2: Innovation Development

Barcelona – AHEAD

June 2019 – December 2019

Developing Intellectual Outputs O1: Cooperation Strategy: Cooperation Strategy developing youth work practices on refugee inclusion (VYRE) O2: Innovation Output: Innovative youth work practices on refugee inclusion (AHEAD)

All

February 2020

M3: Dissemination Meeting

Rhodes-HoE

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