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We  edited a manual for trainers, educators and artists interested in how art interventions can be a catalyst of the process of intercultural adaptation.

The emanual is available is 5 languages.

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1. The aim of the e-manual

- to combine art tools and intercultural competence in the field of lifelong adult learning

- to help to obtain theoretical knowledge and concrete examples on art based methodologies

-to understand the impact and value of arts on the experience of new migrants and will be able to access ideas and good practice for future work in this area

-understand that work in this area is off value to the individual and larger society


2. Target groups





-intercultural mediators

-social workers

-social psychologists

-arts’ educators


3. Content:

a, Theory of art and adaptation

Some articles from the thesaurus

Own articles

Introduction written by us


Good practices

b,  Presentation of the pilots

All case studies

c,  Methodology

Description of concrete workhops or collection of games, methods sorted by their aims (for example: trust building games, …etc)