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  1. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities RATIONALE Framework: Council of Europe 2004 - Common Basic Principle n. 1 Local Policy to Support Migrants’ Integration Strategic Plan for Migrants’ Integration (2009-2011) Regione Campania 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  2. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities Integration: two ways process Mutual understanding between different cultures which share values and good practices in order to create a common sense of identity: a trans-culture In this approach immigration is seen as an enrichment for hosting society 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  3. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities Tools and aims Intercultural exchanges are tools for the building of a shared trans-culture 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  4. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities Tools and aims the intercultural process requires specific measures: promoting communication between migrants and local citizens leading the interaction between institutions and ethnic communities achieving the equal rights and accessibility of services to migrants promoting the exchange of good practices and uses improving minorities’ inclusion respecting their cultural identity 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  5. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities Main players cultural mediators (Italians and migrants) play a key role in the trans-cultural process as facilitators of intercultural activities: In every field of cultural contact they carry out actions of cultural interpreting, providing advise about cultural ground concepts and cultural stereotypes in order to allow a honest and effective relation among people 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  6. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities Main tasks identified by Regione Campania to insert each action of mediation in a wider framework: a project of social and cultural development for both the migrant(s) and the social fabric To integrate his/her own methodology and activities with the whole territorial strategy of the services he/she cooperate with To assess impact of his/her own activities by feedback tools, comparison with other mediators and with territorial bodies involved in the process 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  7. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities ARACNE activities Carried out focus groups and interviews with cultural mediators about the framework recognized by Regione Campania 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  8. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities Training needs drawn Developing planning skills in order to integrate different activities both at network level and various mediators levels 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  9. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities ARACNE planned activities (1) To identify some organizations working in the framework of cultural mediation To give out MAKNO internal communication assessment tool in order to know internal dynamic of the organization To elaborate and then give out external communication tool in order to achieve the picture of the organization territorial network 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009

  10. Makno Managing knowledge in intercultural learning communities ARACNE planned activities (2) Planning and carrying out guidance path by the learning by doing methodology about the shared and spread Social Planning. The path will be tailored on participants needs in relation to needs and “style” of the organization they work with. Aim: to improve the social impact and to improve how the organizations activities affect the intercultural process carrying on (from point of view of both autochthons and migrants 2008-1-IT2-GRU06-00582-1 LjublJana – 8-9 October 2009