• (Verna Myers)

    Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance

  • (Patricia Churchland)

    We long to belong, and belonging and caring anchors our sense of place in the universe

  • (Theodore Melfi)

    You have a responsibility to make inclusion a daily thought

Migrants’ inclusion has always been an important part of the migration phenomenon; however, it is today a particularly complex issue. Conflicts and wars cause an influx of immigrants in the EU countries, and cultural integration is becoming more important than ever.

There are different ways of looking at new cultures coming to a country. For sure, culture is a way to make people feel included and integrated. Cultural activities with migrants provide a safe place where they can interact and form connections with locals, learn the language, and express their cultural identities in their new countries. They give a space for migrants to acquire skills which will boost their employability and gain an understanding of their new country’s culture.

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