“With You, With Everybody” is a 24-month project on inclusion and integration since these are the challenges that our society has been tackling for some time now without quite managing to come to a solution. Cultural diversity is constantly increasing and therefore a new and dynamic society needs to keep an open mind on the concepts of diversity and on all the values that diversity brings with it. A further motivation to pursue these objectives derives from the fact that 2018 has marked the 70th anniversary of the writing of the Universal Declaration of Human rights (10/12/1948). Schools are amongst the main educational agencies and it is their duty to plan and promote an environment careful of the rights and needs of everybody and suitable for everybody. It is necessary to share communal objectives for all the countries and all the individuals and create a path leading to sustainability. Students and teachers from the four partner schools, Castelfidardo (Italia), Klaipėda (Lithuania), Melissi (Greece) and Móstoles (Spain) have worked towards the achievements of the following objectives: recognition of diversity in its several forms; recognition of the collectivity as an environment promoting everybody's rights; creation of an intercultural dialogue; creation and promotion of identity in a multicultural context; removal of barriers hindering intercultural dialogue; active collaboration amongst the participating subjects.
It has been the will of the partners involved in the project to tighten a lasting and constructive collaboration and ensure the evolution and consolidation of the project, in two ways: replicating activities and actions, already learned, or invent new ones. The purpose of this ebook is to show not only the results of the planned activities (LTTs, meetings, theme days and students’ comments) but also, and especially, the feelings that lays beneath our project. Unfortunately, the still ongoing pandemic has prevented us from carrying out all that had been planned, in particular the last two mobilities, in Lithuania and in Italy.