The project "All different - all equal: (Re)ACT against discrimination" bought together 26 young adults from Germany and Macedonia to examine causes for discrimination and to develop possible reactions. Additionally, the participants explored democratic processes to further develop practical tools for encountering and preventing discrimination. The project was divided into two seminars. The first part took place in Berlin (18.10.-26.10.) and the second part took in March 2015 in Macedonia.
|Duration:||October 2014-March 2015|
|Locations:||Berlin (Germany), Skopje (Macedonia)|
The seminar addressed young people in the age of 16 to 19 who was interested in working with the topic of discrimination and possibilities to encounter such. A good command of the English language was a prerequisite for participating.
The project aimed to clarify political and social processes, to provide the opportunity to experience different perspectives and to develop anti-discrimination methods.