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
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In 2007, the plenum of the Standing Conference of the German Ministers of Education and Culture (KMK) together with the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) adopted the first edition of the Curriculum Framework for Education for Sustainable Development.
On the eve of the International Day of Education, celebrated on 24th January, World University Service Germany on behalf of InterCap organized an 1,5-day workshop, dedicated to the topics of migration and sustainable development
It was clear to me that organizing a podium discussion on the topic of migration would not only be exciting but also involve a lot of work. I never thought that it would be so much fun to moderate a round. I got this unique opportunity as part of my internship and involvement in practice-oriented project at InterCap..
During the 4th Transnational partners' meeting in Split, Croatia partners and mentor partners from Greece, Poland and the UK had the opportunity to visit the Jewish community in Split and to get deeper insights into the life of its 100 members.
The 2nd Annual InterCap international conference „Globalization of Migration, Anti-Immigrant Parties, and Xenophobia: Reflection on European societes and State in the 21st Century“ was held this year in Split, Croatia on the 26th of October in collaboration with the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Zagreb, and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split.