Our Migration Paths
The aim of this activity was to help our students realise how much of our common cultural heritage among our six countries is due to the population exchanges and migration of our ancestors. Before the meeting, each partner school searched their national history for records of migration to and from each of the partners’ countries and prepared the following presentations.
The Spanish team’s presentation is here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=11obgqAS-Nr-Ca3RD_bX38V2YS_v6SnG-
The Italian team’s presentation is here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16WqusqFYoGPieiTJCvYlCLEgKCoc_lcC
The Czech team’s presentation is here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ifFJ7ATYX6MO-1l4KxCQ2iCXGfF-PFRU
The German team’s presentation – which included a school survey they carried out with muti-cultural migrants at their school, is here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jK9aL7E4WMxl5xdaWOdbZIgxV3LX2-z3
The Turkish team’s presentations are here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FPiMud6zr_U9_I_V4V_2D4UWwd–Y1DV
The Greek team’s presentations are here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1c2gquQOF1NrJOsiniWcnZamh8VcSXlWn
On the first day of the meeting we visited the local Museum of Migration focusing on the Civilisation of Greek people in Asia Minor who later returned to Greece as refugees. We all gained a deeper insight into the cultural affiliation between Greece and Turkey and its historical background.
Two days later all teams shared their presentations and created the following common product with their conclusions
As a follow-up on Migration we intend to use the questionnaire shared with us by the German team to carry out their survey on Migrants at our School and compare our data with each other at the last meeting in Germany. You can view the German team’s survey here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=18kQ8J3bx_9fDcRiUpgKJ-aHk2Av9FuxO
An international team of our ‘artists’ were inspired by our migration paths and created this artwork depicting our common cultural wealth. The outlines of our bodies symbolise our common cultural ‘content’ in terms of both tangible and intangible goods.