Within the concept of the Intercultural Garden, intercultural learning, international understanding and integration are central.
Since the 1990s intercultural gardens have enriched many countries that migrants travel to. Natives and immigrants of distinct social milieus and lifestyles encounter each other in the intercultural gardens. During the joint cultivation of land in the middle of a town new connections and affiliations are developed.
Communication and Management
Social and Civic Competences
Creativity and Handycraft
Active Participation and Citizenship
Children (3-11 years old)
Youngsters (12-25 years old)
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