Sunday, 17 December 2017

Conflicts caused by diversity

The German students met this week to discuss the conflicts they have collected and find out the reasons behind them. They are now working on an English translation and doing more research.

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Back to work

The German students are back at work for the project. Many students came to the first meeting to become part of "Becoming a multicultural European" for our next topic which is diversity management. In order to start working on the subject they collected examples of conflicts that arise because of diversity.


Thursday, 7 September 2017

Publication of our ebook "History of Migration. Bulgaria - Germany - Romania"

The beginning of the new school year sees the publication of our joint ebook "History of Migration. Bulgaria - Germany - Romania" which collects some of project results. We wanted to look at European history of migration not from just one perspective but all three at the same time. During the process we were suprised more than once. We hope that you enjoy reading our ebook:

Saturday, 17 June 2017

Europasses for the German students

The German students involved in the project have been given their Europasses by headteacher Thomas Vogl and the teachers Sandra Hansen and Sabine Sendtko.

Seven students were given their Europasses after having taken part in the project meeting in Bucharest. "Went there with prejudices, came back without." This is how Tolga, 17, summarises the experience of spending five days at Liceul Teoretic Nichita Stanescu. Anika adds: "We got great insights into Romanian school life and the private life of students in Bucharest."

Students worked on the history of migration between Bulgaria, Germany and Romania. Before the meeting they had researched the movements of migrants and looked at famous migrants.

Newspaper article (in German):

Friday, 16 June 2017

Interview for project “Becoming a multicultural European” - Radio “Fokus”

Interview for project “Becoming a multicultural European” - Radio “Fokus”

Four teachers and nine students from Secondary school “Vasil Levski”, Dolni chiflik took part in the Second transnational project meeting on Erasmus+, part of “Becoming a multicultural European” project. It was announced for Focus radio Varna from Minicipality of Dolni chiflik. The meeting was held in the beginning of May at “Nichita Stanescu” school, Bucharest, Romania. The main topic of all project activities was “History of migration”.  

“Becoming a multicultural European” project pointed young people`s attention on variety, intercultural and interreligious dialogue and has an aim show Europe as a chance. During the project activities in the Romania capital problems of European migration in the past and nowadays were surveyed and discussed. Students made researches among migration between partner countries – Bulgaria, Romania and Germany and collected information will be published in a ebook.

Secondary school “Vasil Levski”, Dolni chiflik earned financing last year for work on a project of strategic partnership on KA 2 of Erasmus+ programme for education, culture and youth of European commission. For 2 years the school is going to be part of “Becoming a multicultural European” project and is partnering with schools from Hagen, Germany and Bucharest, Romania. Each of the educational institutions has a budget to realize the scheduled activities with students and takes part in cross-border meetings on the project. Secondary school “Vasil Levski” is the only one in municipality of Dolni chiflik and one of four schools from Varna region approved for funding under this programme scheme for 2016. The duration of the project is 26 mounts and it aims to improve school competence in managing of the diversity, intercultural and interreligious dialogue and to encourage students to see Europe as a chance. The first project meeting at the end of last year was in Hagen, Germany.

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Day 5

Day 5 - 5'th May

Teacher Mara Constantinescu together with Romanian students presented a survey on “The perception of students from Nichita Stanescu high school about migration phenomenon in Romania”.

In interactive activities the students debated different issues related with migration.

The students made a comparative interpretation of the results of the attitude towards different nationalities measurement questionnaire of the students participating in the project, where their positive changes were observed towards the phenomenon of migration in general.

The press conference was finally held and articles appeared in the local electronic press and the mayor of the 3'rd Bucharest sector where Nichita Stanescu high school belongs the teachers and students for the project:

Day 4

Day 4 - 4'th May

Cultural visit  to Peleș Castle


Day 3

Day 3 - 3'rd May

Professor Pencea Lavinia, from  “Faculty Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Bucharest  and one of her students presented the  “Migration from the linguistic perspective”. It was an interesting interactive presentation where the students debated linguistic connections produced by the migration phenomenon.

Interactive activity about migration of the intelligence lead by Consultant Roxana  Bănică

After this, the students worked together for the eBook and created posters about migration

They completed the personal experience spending an evening with Romanian students families visiting their homes. The students were very happy about his experience and expressed their feelings on next day.

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Day 2

Day 2 - 2'nd May

After we have visited the school “Nichita Stanescu” and the students have finished presenting their schools and cities, we started to work on “Migration” subject.


Students from all teams has presented their interviews on migration, they participated on the research to measure attitudes towards other nationalities and they presented the materials on “Migration History” subject in Romania, Germany and Bulgaria in order to collaborate next days to create the e-book.

After this full day, the entire team visited the Parliament Palace