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E-Booklet on lifestories, fairytales

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The aim is to develop and promote a new positive narrative of inclusion hrough creative and innovative youth work activities such as storytelling and creating fairytales with future perspectives.

Aims of the tool

To contribute to migrants and refugees integration;
To promote intercultural dialogue and learning;
To promote inclusion, tolerance and mutual understanding / fight generalization, racism and
To promote a change of perception towards migration and refugees;
To analyze the migrants’ background, the migration flows and reasons behind it;
To raise awareness on the feelings, hopes, needs, fears, dreams, expectations, competences and skills of migrants/refugees and on their positive contribution to local communities.

Description of the tool

It consists of
- the information of the Erasmus+ programme,
- definition and concept of migration,
- some storytelling techniques,
- fairytales that were created from the collected real life stories of migrants and refugees.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

Young people, youth workers, social workers, teachers, youth professionals, etc.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Mara Arvai

The tool has been experimented in

“Life stories – Fairy tales” projects that was a long-term training project.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mara Arvai (on 22 September 2022)

and last modified

1 March 2022

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