Innovative Curriculum for Strong Identities in Diverse Europe

TYA is taking part in an international partnership with universities from Italy, France, Romania and Lihtuania. The international research project INSIDE will deliver new knowledge and tools to support European youth in identity-related challenges.

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CONSULTATION AND INFORMATION CENTRE PLUS

Tolerant Youth association in cooperation with Social – educational initiatives centre PLUS implement the continuous project “Consultation and information centre PLUS”, according to the European Fund for the Integration of third-country nationals, annual Programme 2013. The aim of the project – to increase opportunities for the integration of foreigners coming from non European countries, providing high quality services, ensuring counseling and information centre PLUS continuity. Project duration: July 1 of 2014- June 30 of 2015.

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Forming a LGBT-friendly discourse, enabling NGO‘s to advocate and defend discriminated persons

Lithuanian society is still very intolerant towards LGBT+ people. The prevailing negative discourse prevents countering homophobic bullying in schools, teachers lack skills and determination to deal with the cases of discrimination towards LGBT+ persons, and the LGBT+ friendly environment is barely visible in public discourse.

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Dialogue for promoting LGBT issues in Lithuanian regions

As regards LGBT+ rights activism in Lithuania, a problem of certain passiveness of LGBT+ activists & community outside the biggest cities prevails, underpinned in regions by remoteness from bigger cities, and fear of stigmatization in small communities, inner homophobia and low solidarity level.

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Intercultural Competence as target of General Education Programs 2014

Recently initiatives of integrating paradigms of Multicultural and Intercultural Education into the System of General Education have appeared in Lithuania. The directives of Ministry of Education determine the integration of Intercultural learning into School curriculum as optional.

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