Small Talk: Intercultural Diversity
“The JCI SmallTalk training program was a transformational experience that enabled me to join in the current conversation on the global hot topic of Diversity & Multiculturalism.
We left with ideas to projects to be applied concerning the integration of intercultural society, a better acceptance to our differences, a more understanding on how to be an international citizen, high energy and a lot of love.
Thanks for JCI Malta, Erasmus Plus+. Rania Bader, JCI Jordan
When I applied for the Small Talk Project, I had no idea how 6 days in my life would have such a strong impact and change my vision on the world. The Small Talk project is probably not the classical JCI World event as emphasis was put on a key topic, ”difference turned into a positive thing”. This experience taught me how to accept that we should all work together and get rid off prejudices because our difference is our strength and no man can build a bridge on its own. During this short week, I proudly met people who I hope will remain friends for life. Célestine Onomo, 2016 JCI Southampton President.
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JCI MALTA : ERASMUS+ Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals ‘SMALL TALK – Investing in Intercultural Dialogue’ Project: 2015-2-MT01-KA105-003782 27th September – 3rd October 2015 – Rabat, Malta.
JCI Malta welcomes you to ‘SMALL TALK – Investing in Intercultural Dialogue’. This project aims to promote inclusion, integration and inter-cultural dialogue in our respective, ever changing realties.
We aim to increase awareness and understanding of other countries, other cultures by putting together the Active Citizens of our Network, to equip them even more to develop a sense of European Citizenship and identity to impact their communities and Be Better.
Here’s your programme for the event. We will be using informal learning tools and out door education throughout this training week also to be able to award our participants the Youth Pass – an official European certificate which assesses Key Competences to be a better 21st Century citizen.
The project is financed by the Erasmus+ Programme and covers 100% travel costs, as calculated by the projects’ rules and regulations to a capping of: Jordan – EUR 530 x person, Estonia – EUR 360 x person, Morocco – EUR 530 x person, UK – EUR 820 x person. Reimbursements will be paid upon submission of all original receipts, tickets and boarding passes of both departure and return trips to JCI Malta. All food, accommodation and transport expenses are covered at a 100% as per Erasmus+ programme allowances.
You will be housed in single rooms at the training and hosting facilities of the Archbishop Seminary in Rabat, Malta, in a quaint and calm environment. Postal address is: 90, Tal-Virtu’ Road, Rabat, RBT2604, MALTA Feel free to get in-touch directly with JCI Malta National President Annalisa Schembri on email@example.com or on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We look forward to welcome you in Malta.