Our modules


Module 1: Literature and theater for the recognition of one's own cultural roots


To become acquainted with one's own culture and with the foundations of one's own society is an indispensable prerequisite for the "embedding" into other cultures and the productive, prejudiced confrontation with these. In this first module we would like to use the employment of important literary examples from our own cultural circle, to raise the awareness on grown cultural aspects of our society. Epic smallforms such as fairy tales, legends, legends, but also ballads and dramas to the extent to which one can derive from them statements about one's own culture. In addition to the prescriptive employment of these works, a productive dealings with them are also provided, among others. Adaptation in comics, animation films, presentations and videos and to prepare them in such a way that they can be brought to understand all partnerships in a comprehensible way.


Module 2: Music and dance as the pioneer of the understanding of others and their cultural background


Especially musical expressions reflect the cultural feeling of our fellow human beings. At the same time, they are particularly suitable for breaking cultural barriers and for solving difficulties in dealing with each other. To make music and to each other for each other, and in doing so - in the sense of the musical mainstream - to engage in "national music" in the original sense of the word can have an integrative effect and effect more than many cognitive learning sequences can do. Also, working with music can sharpen the view of how feelings and emotions are expressed and processed.


Module 3: Mutual understanding of religions and traditions as a bridge to understanding each other


It is precisely at this time, when religions are increasingly critical and even opposing, that the focus of our project is on the common of our religions and confessions. Are not the roots in the Abrahamic faith that have determined a large part of our world order? The sending of religions is emphasized in interreligious forums, prayers, or vigils by moderate representatives of all religious communities, and we, as schools and educational institutions, also wish to enlighten us in the positive sense about the religion of the "other", its rites and traditions, feasts and commandments. We all want to make a significant contribution to Islamophobia, anti-Semitism or devaluation of the Christian faith, but also to fundamentalism and radicalism in our schools and in the minds and hearts of our pupils.

Modul 4 : Working with Art work / paintings / caricatures to abolish prejudice
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Modul 5 : history/politics - developing cross-culture value standards


Cultural diversity has affected society in many ways throughout history. In recent decades, increased communication and travel possibilities made the transfer of people, and by extension their culture, more widespread. cultural diversity creates better communities with more tolerance for differences and an increased ability to solve problems with others.
The term "Western culture" has come to define the culture of European countries as well as those that have been heavily influenced by European immigration, such as the United States.. Western culture has its roots in the Classical Period of the Greco-Roman era and the rise of Christianity in the 14th century.Other drivers of Western culture include Latin, Celtic, Germanic and Hellenic ethnic and linguistic groups. Today, the influences of Western culture can be seen in almost every country in the world.
A very obvious way history impacts culture is through politics. Historical events directly influence the politics of all countries. For instance, a country that defines itself through great historical events will have a unique political system that in turn impacts the national culture.
No matter what culture a people are a part of, one thing is for certain, it will change. Culture appears to have become key in our interconnected world, which is made up of so many ethnically diverse societies, but also riddled by conflicts associated with religion, ethnicity, ethical beliefs, politics and, essentially, the elements which make up culture "But culture is no longer fixed, if it ever was. It is essentially fluid and constantly in motion." This makes it so that it is difficult to define any culture in only one way.
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Modul 6 : eveyday life/family structure - integrate all pupils and strenghten relationship between pupils
From our point of view, FAMILY has been and must continue to be an authentic value of the society. It is, metaphorically speaking, a sort of bridge over the past and present, and it symbolises our cultural identity. Recently Europe has become a multicultural puzzle and each nation is a piece of it. The modern family faces the challenges launched by an increasing complexity society where often conflicts occur because of the lack of tolerance and appropriate communication - e.g. native families from one country meet different other nationalities families and share the same space at their jobs, at schools, in the streets, on different ocassions. The interaction between families could influence the stucture of a family, everyday life, cooking and other aspects.
The harmony of this European multicultural puzzle could be built only by intercultural communication, which means showing curiosity about the new, getting knowledge about it, understanding it, tolerating it and accepting it - a 5 steps path towards revealing the unknown around us.