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Download the REBELAH Project Results!

Updated: Feb 11

The project "REBELAH - Religion, beliefs and laicity in cultural heritage to foster social inclusion in adult trainings" is a two year Erasmus+ strategic partnership involving 6 organizations in 4 countries: Storytelling Centre (NL), University of Groningen (NL), Elan Interculturel (FR), Kepes (HU), Ibn Battuta Foundation (SP) and La Xixa Teatre (SP) as project coordinator.


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Rebelah Project

REBELAH RESULTS

✦ “Fostering inclusive learning environments through cultural heritage: Tool-kit for adult trainers.” The toolkit is composed of an interactive map with multi-format narratives about cultural heritage elements, infosheets, and an activity handbook with related teambuilders. 📥DOWNLOAD "Fostering inclusive learning environments through cultural heritage" HERE

(All languages here)

“Inclusion, religion and beliefs in secular adult learning environments: a train the trainer handbook.” The handbook contents include a theoretical introduction on the educational value of cultural heritage to generate inclusive learning environments with special attention to religion and beliefs, followed by modules on different tools that are relevant for the trainer to gain intercultural competence in their teaching practice. Each module should work as a “learning journey/path of self-discovery” where trainers can gain awareness about their heritage, their identity, how this impacts their teaching practice, and how to make their teaching practice more inclusive. 📥 Download “Inclusion, religion and beliefs in secular adult learning environments: a train the trainer handbook" HERE

(All languages here)


“REBELAH Heritage Map24 heritage infosheets from Spain, the Netherlands, France and Hungary 📥 Check the map here


CONTEXT & NEEDS

Exclusionary narratives that surge throughout Europe are entering the learning environments, negatively affecting religious and ethnic minority learners. In a training group with 15 adults: in Spain, 3 participants would feel uncomfortable with a Muslim or a Roma peer; in France 2 and 3 respectively, in the Netherlands, 1 each; and in Hungary more than half the group would be uncomfortable with either a Muslim or a Roma peer (Special Eurobarometer 493, 2018). In such a context, cultural heritage is an essential tool for both trainers and learners to recover Europe’s plural past in favour of inclusive and safe learning spaces.


PARTICIPANTS

REBELAH is targeted at: adult trainers, adult learners, activists, community leaders, local minorities, policy makers, heritage organisations and adult trainer organisations. 

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