E-STAR: E-Learning for Standing Together Against Racism project aims to address increasing violence among young people towards their non-native peers and vice versa, by educating them on how to understand and to appreciate cultural differences and learn to live together peacefully and collaboratively in achieving integration and diversity; building communities for a common future in Europe.
Thus, the project’s objectives focus on exchanging good practices, challenges or needs against invisible racism; creating the tools and preventive measures that make invisible racism visible; generating joint awareness campaigns to counter accepted forms of racism in Europe from a human rights perspective; and developing innovative online learning tools for youth workers on preventing racism.
In this regard, the project’s results focus on conducting research on various elements leading disadvantaged young people in situations of violence; and delivering a 4 days seminar to share research data, best practices, methodologies, concepts and approaches applied by partners which will be published in E-STAR Manual, made public through conferences and dissemination events at national level.
The project involves youth, youth workers and educators who work or want to work with young people on preventing invisible racism. 12 youth workers or educators will participate in the seminar and a minimum of 100 people are foreseen to take a part in the MOOC "Educating young people on preventing Invisible Racism." Whereas, 200 youth will participate in conferences and dissemination events.
08 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
85% GOES TO PROGRAMMES
35 PROJECTS EXECUTED
50 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1200 YOUTH REACHED/YEAR