Will learn through culturally sensitive curricula built-on innovative and holistic approaches.
Will see their socio-educational and intercultural competencies enhanced and will have new methods to motivate ALL students.
Will foster their democratic and inclusive culture, valuing diversity inside and around its walls and nurturing the actively engagement of all.
Will establish and maintain cross-sectoral alliances and stronger cooperation with schools and education and inclusion actors.
SOCI@LL is an initiative build by, with and for schools/school communities, local authorities, other relevant stakeholders and scientific/technical experts in which partners represent end-users’ interests, needs and expectations.
Partners and associate partners will contribute to the success of the project, assuming specific roles depending on their organisational nature and their know-how/experience.
These 14 organisations (from Portugal, Italy, Cyprus and Poland) will be organised in triads, as in each country there is at least one school, local authority and scientific/technical expert/other relevant stakeholder.