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Posts tagged with ‘anti-discrimination’

  • The Italian Partido Democratico launches a pilot project on integration in schools

    The local division of the Partido Democratico in Caserta, Italy, has launched the pilot project “Figli d’Italia” (Children of Italy) in three schools that will teach both migrant and native pupils how to deal with socio-economic and cultural differences in the classroom. In addition, the project aims at raising awareness about discrimination against migrants in Italy. Via interno18
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  • SALTO-YOUTH New Publication – We Are All Europeans

    The We Are All Europeans booklet aims to convey a positive and empowering image of youth with a migrant and minority background by highlighting how youth projects can empower young people to see cultural diversity as an asset, and migration as an opportunity. In Europe, there continues to be inequality faced by young people from a migrant background, who are often […]
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  • Ireland: Warning of rise in racism among Irish children

    A migrant advocacy group has warned that Irish children are becoming increasingly racist, as figures show almost one in every five cases of racial abuse is perpetrated by under 18s. The graphic finding is contained in the Immigrant Council of Ireland’s (ICI) annual Racist Incident Statistics for 2013. According to the document, a total of 144 cases of racism were […]
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  • Italy: A new project for developing awareness against discrimination among young people

    The project “Power to the words”, promoted by UNAR – National Agency Against Discrimination, focuses on combating discrimination among students in upper secondary schools. Starting at the end of December, it will last three months and it is characterized by the use of rap music to discuss racism and discrimination. Via education music workshops in schools, this project aims to overcome […]
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