LEARNING/TEACHING/TRAINING ACTIVITIES

Within two years of period, Let's Science has conducted three Learning/Teaching/training activities

e-Campus University

Novedrate, Italy

First Learning/Teaching Activity

In the first workshop, held in e-Campus University, on 12-16 February, in Italy, we evaluated the activities and progressions of partner organizations in the context of our project and discussed the current situation of refugee issue in Italy with the experts and scientists by focusing on the issues of integration and education under migration policy from a historical perspective. 

Iserundschmidt GmbH

Bonn, Germany

Second Learning/Teaching Activity

Second workshop was held in Iserundschmidt's place in Germany on April 3-7, 2018. The meeting was organized under streams of work packs covering project management, training program, communication, dissemination and so on. The work pact contains specific types of duties and serves different objectives of project. 

ANKARA YILDIRIM BEYAZIT UNIVERSITY THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND STRATEGIC STUDIES INSTITUTE 

Ankara, Turkey

Third Learning/Teaching Activity

 Third workshop was held in Turkey on 5-7 December, 2018. Pilot implementation was conducted in GAV’s place. In addition to project partners 10 young Syrian refugees attended to the pilot implementation with age groups between 12-16 years. Introduction of the informative media was realized. On the last day of workshop, 'International Symposium on Syrian Refugees, Adaptation and Education' was organized with the contribution of  GAV under the coordination of ULİSA hosted by Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University under dissemination activities of the Let’s Science project.In addition, Syrian Refugees, Adaptation, and Education Photograph Exhibition was realized between December 3-7, 2018 in the partnership with GAV and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) under the coordination of ULİSA.

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