- Joining Actividades
- A1 Selecting Participants
- A2 Creation of a Facebook page
- A3 the students' involvement and the project
- A4 Lead-in on migration, diversity and vulnerability.
- A5 Setting up Erasmus+ corners.
- A6 Logo competition
- A7 Interview with migrants (teachers)
- A8 WoundScapes group work
- A9 Blog
- A10 International Migrants Day - December 2018.
- A11 Monitoring the Project
- A12 Digital Diary, past migrations.
- A13 Meeting the Experts
- A14 The concept of vulnerability
- A15 LTTA1 French Mobility
- A16 Assessment - French Mobiity
- A17 World Book Day 2018. The languages we speak.
- A18 LTTA2, Spanish mobility. May 2018
- A19 Study of Current Migrations. Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- A20 Meeting Migrants. An art Exhibition.
- A21 LTTA3 Portuguese Mobility
- A22 Digital Diary - Today
- A23 Calendar - Places of the Soul
- A24 We are all travellers. The future
- A25 Article on local newspaper
- A26 "Woundscapes" - The footprint of migrations
- A27 Handbook: Reflections on migration
- A28 Migrants clothes, pictures and recipes (LTTA4 Italy)
- A29 The Rights We Lack (LTTA4 Italy)
- A30 LTTA4 Italy
- A31 Dissemination events
- A32 Cooperation with local institutions
- A33 Students competences, Europass CV, and Certificates of Attendance
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A31 Dissemination events
There are four basic lines of dissemination: Activities, mobilities, Webpages and Facebook, collaboration with local institutions
1.- Activities. The same activities that have been described here (International Migrants Day, International Book Day, Lectures, Meetings with experts, Books and other readings, etc.) serve as dissemination events. The students and teachers directly involved, and also the rest of the school community, have been learning about migrations and refugees, its benefits and dangers, through the many initiatives that have been taking place in these two years.
We have had several specefic dissemination activities: article in "Nueva Alcarria" (A25), public documentary showing "La Cocina de las Patronas" (A??)
2.- Mobilities. Trips by students and teachers to the other participant schools, and hosting our European partners in May 2018, highlight our efforts to give visibility to the questions of migration.
3.- Webpage. The four schools have established specific "Joining Hands" sections in their school websites, with detailed information about the different initiatives they have undertaken. We have also open a Facebook page, and a TwinSpace to share materials and experiences.
4.- We have established links with different ONGs, Red Cross, Catholic Church, Guadalajara Town Hall, and other institutions that deal with issues of migrations. We expect to keep these contacts in the future, even after the two years of "Joining Hands" have run out. We also expect to use and extend these contacts for future projects.
Below you will find a link to a video prepared by the Italian team with an overview of the activities which took place during the second year of the programme.