META – Minorities Education Through Art
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If you wish, you will become part of a EU network that is seeking recognition of arts as a means of freedom and full development in education! Answering the following short questionnaire you will contribute to the collection and mapping of good practices of arts in education for inclusion of minorities and migrant children that is being realized by Erasmus KA3 META (Minority Education Through Arts) project!

This is the link to the online survey: https://goo.gl/forms/ukKWgNRdaT9hxFaD3

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From 1st to 4th of July the META project organized an innovative workshop/participatory lab “Co-living, co-learning, co-creating: CO-METAing! Three days design storm in the META experience” for 18 people among teachers, education experts, artists and activists for children’s education.
Recently created social enterprise/ spin off of the University of Firenze MoCa Future Designers adopts art-based education and META methodology as innovative practice for social and education innovation.
The META final conference “Reducing Disparities in the European Education System. Challenges of generative education as strategic vision for European Humanism” took place at the European Economic and Social Committee of the EU in Rue Balliard, Brussels.
The META case study report presents a summary of 40 good practices, which successfully applied all form of arts in the fields of formal and non-formal learning with children of migrant background and/or from ethnic minorities.

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