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Suggestions et actions concrètes sur comment aborder le sujet des déplacements forcés causés par le conflit en Ukraine

Ces dernières semaines, nous avons tous reçu beaucoup d’informations sur le conflit en Ukraine et sur la situation des Ukrainiens qui fuient leur pays. Si vous ĂŞtes enseignant.e, vous avez probablement abordĂ© ce sujet avec votre classe, car les Ă©lèves peuvent se sentir concernĂ©s ou se demander ce qu’ils peuvent faire pour aider ces personnes …

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Talking to Papis and David

A group of students of the Liceo “Petrarca” in Italy interviewed Papis and David, two young men from Senegal and Ivory Coast.  

A CHANGE story: Ivo Shimwa

Ivo arrived in Belgium in 2013 from Mozambique and became a speaker for JRS’s awareness-raising programme CHANGE. He now visits schools in Belgium to help students change perspectives on migration.

Young journalists grow up 

As part of the Student Ambassador programme, the students from the school of “Via Micheli” in Rome wrote an article in the school newspaper. They have written about the experience of being able to welcome a refugee in their class, even if online due to Covid measures. They have been deeply touched by Shadam, an …

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More than 3,500 students playing for an inclusive society

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.

Before I took part in the CHANGE project I was just a guy with a story but scared to tell it

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 stories because of the wild range of discussion surrounding migrants and refugees around Europe, so I keep my experience to myself as one of the …

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