InterCap is a 3-year project (from Nov. 2017 to Oct. 2020) funded by EuropeAid envisaging to establish European CSOs-university networks, build the capacities of the education actors and promote global learning on migration, security and sustainable development in an interdependent world.Read more
The InterCap Training Package (corresponding to 2 ECTS) is designed and offered for both online and face-to-face delivery and aims at building the capacity of teachers’ trainers, in-service and pre-service teachers. All modules and supporting material are available online and offline.Read more
A European development education Community of Practice and national networks for the promotion of Policy Coherence for Development are established in all countries. We invite you to join us for debates, advocacy, supporting material and help us to bring about a change in the world!Read more
During InterCap’s life span, partners and mentor partners were meeting in online environments at regular intervals in order to provide insights, opinions, and feedback...
Corona, quarantine and social distancing, masks, gloves and...
As part of the European Week of Sustainable Development, the University of Split had many activities, including panel discussion Migration and sustainable development and book promotion BORDERS: Attitudes of students at the University of Split about immigration, immigrants and refugees which were held on October 8th in Split, Croatia.
My name is Eleftheria Photiou, I am 25 years old and I hold an MA in International Relations from New York University and a BA in History from University College London...
My name is Orestis Collins, I am 24 years old and have recently graduated with an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science...
A corner of the new city, a reminder of valuable past in my hands.
Corona, quarantine and social distancing, masks, gloves and the feeling of belonging to a new city, interactions with the fellow-citizens, motivation to engage socially and do more. Those were some of the main motives behind organizing the photo contest and exhibition “Frankfurt through my lens”. Motivated migrants and refugees from Frankfurt, Offenbach and the neigbhbouring towns worked together and individually for one month and tried to capture their new surrounding during the pandemic times. While taking photos, the participants contemplated about the interrelations of photography, migration, sustainable development and the Corona pandemic.
"I would like to show with my photos that some natural moments of life, like kissing without a mask on the street, have become a dream since Corona".
"With the photos I want to say that the use of masks damages the environment, the animals... I can express myself much better with photos than with words."
"Photography is life. You can stop the moment, whether it is sad or happy, and let it stay with you forever. What I want to tell with my pictures is: Live life, have fun!"
“The photos remind me of the time, when I left my home country and came to Germany as a refugee. Photography is important because people are forgetful, you always forget how hard it was back then, but with photos you can still capture the time, feeling and smell, and any time you can travel for a moment to the past.”
“We go the long way together! I hope that the photos and this project have some positive effect.”