Intercultural Management and Communication for Youth Organisations
The Blend-IN Handbook provides a set of key knowledge, skills, and competences that young workers should possess in order to successfully implement intercultural management and communication. The Handbook presents the methodology principles of the simulation process, which can be also applied in an offline environment. The objectives of Blend-IN Handbook sets out three learning topics, each with a direct focus on strategic educational development of youth workers tackling intercultural challenges among different communities. The topics further target multiple sub-topics, necessary for successful functioning of communities themselves, as well as relationships between people from the communities and youth workers.
Blend-IN Simulation Game
Welcome to the Blend-IN Simulation Game! The game is a flexible and freely accessible opportunity for you to gain and enhance your knowledge and competences in the field of intercultural management and communication. Gain new skills and have fun!
Check out and join our Blend-IN Community! Now the project is available in three social media channels – Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Blend-IN is an ambitious 18-month project set to tackle the existing mistrust and non-tolerance among the different communities that live in Europe through educating youth workers. The current project is designed in the […]
On the 28th of March 2018, the Blend-IN project held its Kick-Off Meeting in Athens, Greece. During the meeting partners discussed the project plan and schedule, the learning opportunities in simulations and serious games, as well as the outlined dissemination and evaluation strategies and criteria. The project Blend-IN aims to tackle the existing mistrust and […]