Date(s) - 17/03/2021
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm


By Arigatou International, the Integration Center for Migrant Workers – Ecumenical Refugee Program from the Church of Greece, with the support and co-funded by the Network for Dialogue – KAICIID

This webinar seeks to build a dialogue on the role of education in strengthening coexistence and interconnectedness between people from different backgrounds and help promote learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe.

In particular, the webinar aims to provide a platform for the participants to:

  1. Discuss the current context, including challenges and opportunities for learning to live together between migrants, refugees and the host communities
  2. Reflect on the role of education in empowering youth to learn to live together and become agents for change in addressing social cohesion and inclusive education
  3. Recommend how to strengthen the role of education in promoting interconnectedness among people and communities


  • Dr. Aleksandra Djuric Milovanovic, Project Manager, Network for Dialogue, KAICIID Dialogue Center


  • Mr. Murtaza Qalandri, Interpreter/Cultural Mediator, Former beneficiary of Integration Center for Migrant Workers, Ecumenical Refugee Network, Greece
  • Ms. Dora Katsamori, Project Coordinator, Schools for All – Integration of Refugee Children in Greek Schools, European Wergeland Center
  • Ms. Malin Ljunggren Elisson, Senior Advisor Education, UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Regional Office
  • Ms. Marilena Pelonero, Teacher, Istituto Comprensivo M. L. King Caltanissetta , Italy, Member of the Scholas Occurrentes network
  • Mr. Joussuf Fane, Student, Istituto di Istruzione Superiore Senatore Angelo Di Rocco, Italy

After the panel discussion, participants will join different break-out groups to reflect and discuss recommendations on how education can strengthen interconnectedness between migrants, refugees and host communities.

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