Heritage Hubs project enhances intercultural interaction by encouraging young people to explore and share their own heritage and to get to know and practice the heritage of others.
The project approaches different methods, tested and shared by professionals involved. Research activities are carried out in order to develop practical methods and tools (best practices) that professionals can use in order to integrate culture, heritage and intercultural dialogue into their daily work with young people
The project enables school classes with students approximately age 11–15 years, in different European countries to share a part of their own culture and practice the culture of others digitally and face-to-face. The choice of the heritage presented is made by the students. The technique of presenting and sharing the heritage is via audio-visual material
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Project n. 2018-1257/001-001