Encounters help us imagine and understand what refugees are going through. A participant of CHANGE from Hungary shares his view.
On December 19th, 20th and 21st we celebrated the third edition of the European Interschool Kahoot. This time we were participating together with schools from Hungary, Ireland, Malta and Portugal.
One of our speakers from JRS Malta shared his testimony of CHANGE and the experience of talking about his experience with students. “I was scared to tell people about my
As part of CHANGE, 55 students from Collège Saint Michel school in Brussels attended the puppet-theatre show Who We Are organised by company Transe en Danse.
Many Italian schools who have actively participated in CHANGE through different activities. In order to further recognise their effort, Centro Astalli-JRS Italy has given them the title of “Refugee Friendly School”. These are schools that have promoted the implementation of awareness-raising and active citizenship initiatives among students with the aim of creating a fairer and more welcoming
Mikiel Cassar, a participant in CHANGE, shares his experience teaching refugees and other people in search of a better life: The change programme was truly wonderful in every way.
A few Irish students share their impressions of the CHANGE programme, after meeting a refugee and watching videos about the situations of forced migrant youth: “Meeting Ghazel and watching
In this post, the two students who participated in the workshop Change: building a society where everyone is welcome share their opinion with us: “The workshop was very interesting and
In this second post of the EYE 2021 series, we want to share part of the presentation that the two students from the San Jose Jesuitak School gave during the
Understanding Change: JRS Europe implements research on awareness-raising education projects about migration
JRS Europe is carrying out research to understand the attitudes of students around the topics of migration and asylum. The findings of this research project, U-CHANGE, will contribute to best
Dans la salle d’assemblée du Collège Notre Dame de la Paix à Erpent, cinq classes ont participé à différentes rencontres dans le cadre du projet CHANGE avec deux refugiés vivant