Multilingual Minds Multicultural Lives

This project aims to encourage language learning, increase intercultural dialogue and the sense of EU citizenship by using various non-formal education tools.

The relationship between language and culture continues to be the subject of recent research, attracting the attention of sociologists and anthropologists. Through this project, we wanted young individuals to experience the importance of language learning and the positive impact of multilingualism and multiculturalism on individuals and society at first hand. One of the fundamental thoughts behind this project is the European Union motto: “United in Diversity”. The European Union has 24 official languages. However, there are many local dialects and languages brought by the migrants. It is estimated that citizens of at least 175 nationalities are now living within the European Union’s borders. This diversity needs to be well understood to widen our perspective of the people and the world. Based on this data and the motto’s perspective, we aim to enable young people to gain a positive perspective on language learning and to increase the intercultural dialogue.

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Project overview

Multilingual Minds Multicultural Lives is a project by
taking place
from 2020-05-01 till 2021-05-01
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges
and is focusing on:
  • European citizenship
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Non-formal learning
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Social obstacles
  • Economic obstacles
  • Educational difficulties
  • Cultural differences
  • Geographical obstacles
Participants should have at least one of the difficulties/obstacles above. The target group generally includes people who cannot afford to travel and learn new things or living in a rural area, minorities or migrants coming from different social and cultural backgrounds or people who had difficulty in getting a proper language learning. Mostly economic and psychological support is needed to help participants benefit from this project.

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