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Compared to the past, the world has become globally open and young people need to leave their usual comfort zone and explore different lands through studying, working and travelling. This creates new multicultural environments on places, which are traditionally mono cultural. However, Europe is facing major challenges in promoting social inclusion and cultural diversity as core values that unite the Member States. By exploring and sharing good practices and innovative methods and strategies of dealing with the challenges in multicultural environments for youth organisations and overcoming cultural shock, stereotyping, prejudices, discrimination and stigmatisation through intercultural communication and dialogue among young people, the project “Building Intercultural Competences” will raise awareness among young people about the importance of intercultural communication and mutual understanding.

The general objective of BIC is to help young people understand the importance of social inclusion and cultural diversity and build intercultural competences

Kick-off meeting, Bitola

We are happy to announce the initiation of our project – Building Intercultural Competences: Sharing Good Practices, funded under Erasmus+ Programme. Varna University of Management, together with 5 youth organisations from Greece, Italy, Malta, North Macedonia and Portugal will explore and share good practices, innovative methods and strategies of dealing with the challenges in multicultural environments for youth organisations and overcoming cultural shock, stereotyping, prejudices, discrimination and stigmatisation through intercultural communication and dialogue among young people. The project Building Intercultural Competences will raise awareness about the importance of intercultural communication and mutual understanding. The project started on 1 September 2019. During the last week, the partners were brought together for the kick-off meeting in Bitola, North Macedonia.

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