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1 December 2008–30 November 2010

To promote social cohesivity in member states, Europe needs innovative instruments. (Everyday) culture and art can serve as mediators in sustainable approach to learning and overcoming cultural diffrences.

Can a common culutral heritage be identified which could serve as a common vision of the future of Europe? Is there a way to translate such findings  into learning tools?

The project has tested various strategies to be used in education accross 27 EU member states so as to ensure better access to knowledge. Informal approach based on creative expression focusses on marginalised groups and hopes to influence transborder dialogue and intercultural work in education. The ZRC team provided project evaluation.

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