Best practices from Turkey!

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(C)hoir for (H)arm(O)ny w(I)thout bo(R)ders

Summary of the best practice:

Immigrants and asylum-seekers are exposed to exclusion due to cultural differences and prejudices in social life and isolate themselves from the society, which puts them out of economy. In this direction, we aim to establish cultural dialogue through choral music and raise awareness to integrate immigrants and asylum seekers in society and in sustainable economy, by organizing the project with international cooperation, in order to ensure that these individuals become culturally close and social tied with other individuals in the society with creativity and artistic competences development.

Results & web-links

As a result of the project the participants gained knowledge, skills and competences in creation of musical contents, performing choir, team work, harmony, creativity and intercultural communication. The participants introduced and teach each other national songs to perform it public in harmony altogether. The following outcomes was recorded at the end of project

Happy
Happy
73 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
7 %
Sleepy
Sleepy
0 %
Angry
Angry
7 %
Surprise
Surprise
13 %
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