The MigratED: Migrations and human rights enhanced through technology in EDucation project is a three-year long Key Action 3 project supported by Erasmus+ of the European Commission. MigratED scales up good practices of Global Citizenship Education (GCE) on intercultural dialogue, migrations and development issues based on human rights approach. It trains professionals and young people on GCE through innovative pedagogies based on participatory methods and digital tools, fostering the inclusion of marginalized groups (migrants/refugees), as well as peer education and digital/media literacy.
This project is being implemented in Cyprus by the Future Worlds Center; in Italy by GVC - Gruppo di Volontariato Civile, Centro Studi di Analisi Psicologia e Sociologia Applicate 2/CSAPSA2, and the Municipality of Bologna; in Portugal by 4Change - Cooperativa Cultural de Solidariedade Social CRL and Cooperativa de Formacao e Animação Cultural CRL/Lusófona University - COFAC/CICANT; in Greece by ActionAid Hellas and KARPOS - Centre of Education and Intercultural Communication; and in Slovenia by SLOGA
Coordinators Marios Podinas and Jordan Kent
Others Helene Josephides, Dora Heracleous, and Andreas Andreou
MigratED Events and Activities
Training workshops for educators
National Training for Educators
One training took place in Nicosia on Nov. 27, 2019 at the Pedogocigal Institute.
The second training took place in Limassol on Dec. 4, 2019.
- Program 
- Presentation 
Media Literacy Workshops and Participatory Videos
These workshops and participatory videos took place Between February- July 2020
National Conference and Webdoc Screening
The National Conference took place on Oct. 7, 2020 in Nicosia.
Training of Trainers took place in Bologna between 21-24 of January 2019.
Video of the Training of Trainers
Products and Publications created by MigratED
- | Fact Sheet on Inclusive Education in Cyprus Download
- | Fact Sheet on Global Citizenship Education as a tool to Combat Racism in Cyprus Download
- Walking tour of Niscosia
- Understanding MIgrants' Reality
- Migrant's Stories
- Methodological Guidelines English [link]
- Methodological Guidelines Greek [link]