Author: Giorgio Tessadri

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The project “Coloured Glasses Expanding Intercultural Education” (CGrow) is over. But that does not mean that the Coloured Glasses Story stops here. Say hello to Active Citizens Living European Values (ACLEV)! Today more than ever, young Europeans need to be empowered to act as responsible and engaged citizens, who can support the...

After 2 exciting years, the CGrow project has officially ended, but not before our European Conference “Empowring Global Citizens – Intercultural education for diverse classrooms and societies”, which took place on the 22nd November in Brussels. The conference aimed to present the outcomes of the CGrow project, present the findings of...

In the month of October YFU France participated in the “Semaine de l’Interculturalité” - Intercultural week- at the University of Tours. The event lasted for a week and included first, second, and third year students from the Department of Applied Foreign Languages. We held five workshops over the course of...

From October 16th to 19th 2018, the Austrian Days of Diversity "DIVÖRSITY" took place for the first time. In the nationwide action on diversity, the diversity activities of companies and organizations were in the center. YFU Austria was part of this great action. A Colored Glasses Workshop at the WUK...

You've always wondered what happens between the Colored Glasses trainings and workshops? What are the people actually doing in the office? Then this is the right article for you, because I would like to invite you with me to visit the Colored Glasses office in Hamburg! ToDo list first! We discuss...

This year we were again part of the school program of great UNHCR’s event “Long Day of Refugees”. Three Coloured Glasses Workshops on Intercultural Communication and Human Rights were delivered as a sign of a peaceful society living in a cultural diversity. Inclusion and Integration are possible if we are...

I participated in this meeting on 18th and 19th of September. The meeting was organized in Düsseldorf and the organizers were the Nemetschek Stiftung and the organization “Gesicht zeigen”. In the evening we started with a quiz about democracy and some nice facts. Wednesday started with two really exciting lectures. The first one...

My name is Lina and I am currently doing an internship at YFU Germany. This morning, I was together with two volunteers in a 7th grade at a school in Hamburg. It was my first workshop, so I didn’t really know what we were going to do as I didn’t participate in the program...