PRIORITY Methodology is Ready!
Project partners from Germany, Italy, Romania and Greece, within the
framework of PRIORITY project, cooperated and developed a Guide on how to
address the challenge of integration through the cross-sectoral combination of
voluntary and collaborative art-making, cross-cultural, youth and sport
This Methodology compiles a substantial and comprehensive collection of
key resources that can be transferred and adapted in any contexts, with the
long-term purpose of supporting the process of inclusion and counteracting the
one of marginalisation and radicalisation.
All the information collected in this document has taken into account the
research implemented for developing the deliverable of WP2-Preparation and
Mapping of the Ground Research, Collection of Best Practices regarding
marginalisation and radicalisation in partner countries.
Youth Workers, youth leaders, educators and trainers, sports educators,
cross cultural mediators and municipal youth workers that work with young
people and especially with young people with migrant or refugee background can
greatly benefited by this Guide as it gives them the opportunity to gain theoretical
and practical knowledge on the following topics:
- Art as
a Tool for Inclusion
Mediation as a Tool for Inclusion
Education as a Tool for Inclusion
and Volunteering Approach as a Tool for Inclusion
Based on the PRIORITY Methodology, the PRIORITY E-Toolkit will be developed in order to provide high-quality lesson plans and other resources in civic education, visual and performing arts, intercultural mediation and cross-cultural activities, sport and voluntary activities, aiming to enhance intercultural dialogue and integration.