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ON THE ROAD TO TOLERANCE - VARIETY OF IDENTITIES

IN DIVERSIFIACTION
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT
Title: On the Road to Tolerance Variety of Identities in DiversifiACTION
Place: Zakopane, Poland
Date: 21-28.02.2017
Participants: young people (age: 18-30)
Number of Participants: 32 (8 per organization, including 7 participants + 1 leader)
Partners:
- Akademickie Centrum Informacji i Edukacji Europejskiej - Poland,
- Asociacin Mundus - Un Mundo a tus Pies - Spain,
- Scambieuropei - Italy,
- Asociatia Support for Youth Developement Romania.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Youth exchange within On the Road to Tolerance Variety of Identities in DiversifiAction project was held in Zakopane in the date of 21-28.02.2017. It
was participated by young people coming from four European countries: Poland, Romania, Italy and Spain. Each nation was represented by 8 people,
including 1 team leader all together there were 32 people. The theme of the exchange was developing cultural awareness due to common actions.
During the exchange participants got to know the traditions, national cystoms and everyday habits of peers from other countries. The main aims of the
projects were:
- developing intercultural dialogue,
- developing cooperation and understanding between youth coming from different cultural environments
- promoting the attitudes of tolerance and acceptation.
Furthermore, due to the realization of the project we strengthened the network of contacts and mutual cooperation between our organizations, which
we aim to continue. To achieve our aims we used methods of nonformal education, such as: interactive workshops and presentations, integration games
and team-building activities, energizers, discussions, outdoor activities and cultural evenings. Activities and common work were based on comfortable
views exchange. During the exchange we also conducted the social poll among the inhabitants of Zakopane and tourists concerning tolerance by asking
them questions connected with multiculturalism. We managed to establish discussion with local society, create friendly atmosphere among participants
and ensure long-lasting impact on youth. Due to common work participants got to know history, culture and language of their peers countries,
diminished a range of stereotypes and prejudices, developed the sense of tolerance towards others, enhanced European identity and awareness and the
sense of belonging; both national and European. Participation in the project helped participants to overcome social and cultural barriers and perceive
their surrounding and other nations openly.

Project funded by the Erasmus+


Programme of the European Union
ON THE ROAD TO TOLERANCE - VARIETY OF IDENTITIES
IN DIVERSIFIACTION
SOCIAL RESEARCH - RESULTS

1. How do you react when somebody begs for money on the street?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
2. How do you react when somebody pushes you in the street for no reason?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
3. What do you do if you see someone beating an animal (dog, cat etc)?

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ON THE ROAD TO TOLERANCE - VARIETY OF IDENTITIES
IN DIVERSIFIACTION
4. What do you think about drug addicted people in your surrounding?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
5. Do you feel comfortable when you travel abroad (e.g. when you face habits other than yours)?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
6. What is your opinion about multicultural sport teams, e.g. in footbal?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
7. What, in your opinion, do inhabitants of Zakopane think about tourist?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
8. What would you do if your daughter/son married a person from another country?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
9. Would you accept your children following another religion?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
10. What would you do if you saw a homosexual couple kissing on the street?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
11. What do you think about criminals in the society? How would you behave if the person whom you have to work with was a past criminal?

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IN DIVERSIFIACTION
12. When you hear about other countries, what is your attitude?

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13. When meeting a person from abroad, what is your attitude towards her/him?

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14. What do you expect from people from abroad coming to your country?

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15. Do you consider yourself a tolerant person?

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