Beyond apparent stereotypes Broshure Bulgarian
Preparation for exchange trips of students with partning schools in the project
In October 17, 2019 at 127 SU “Ivan Nikolaevich Denkoglu”, a meeting was held on the project "Beyond apparent stereotypes", where the project was presented to the parents of students selected for exchange between 127 SU "Ivan Nikolaevich Denkoglu" – Sofia Bulgaria and 2nd Lyceum of Vrilissia - Athens Greece. According to the objectives of the project, participants from the school are students aged 15-16, an age suitable for the formation of cultural stereotypes.
Mrs. Sonya Mineva from the 127 SU “Ivan Nikolaevich Denkoglu” and the team of the school informed the parents in detail about each stage of the project and the trip. The places of accommodation, the mode of transport and communication were presented. The parents expressed their satisfaction with the opportunity provided for intercultural exchange of the students.
March 18-21, 2019
The project BEYOND APPARENT STEREOTYPES was presented during the Erasmus + International week
On March 18-21, 2019, International Business School hosted International Erasmus + week. The main goal of the events was to provide an opportunity for professors from International Business School and partner institutions to share and discuss their Erasmus + funded projects, to exchange case solutions and to derive innovative and entrepreneurial benefits from education and business projects.
Assoc. Prof. Stela Baltova, coordinator for Bulgaria of the project BEYOND APPARENT STEREOTYPES presented the project aiming by travelling to build intercultural skills and competencies among young people and thus teaching students to analyze people as distinctive and multifaceted individuals and to go beyond natural stereotypes and clichés.
Partners in the projects are: Universite libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, International Business School, Botevgrad, Bulgariq, Vrije Universiteit Brussells, 127 Secondary school Ivan Nikolaevich Denkoglu , Sofia, Bulgaria, The Research Centre for Migration Studies (CER-M) Barcelona, Institut Escola La Mina, Barcelona, Spain, 2nd Lyceum of Vrilissia, GO! atheneum Unescoschool Koekelberg, Belgium