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Intercultural Dialogue

Japanese Garden in Garbatella, Rome
In the Japanese culture, gardens are considered three-dimensional textbooks of Daoism and Zen Buddhism and the Japanese rock gardens were intended to be intellectual puzzles for the monks who lived...
Bread Oven - Digne Les Bains
From the garden to the kitchen, what could be more logical? Equipping a shared garden with a bread oven can be the subject of a great collective project! The "Jardin des Cerises" in France, inspired...
Wheatfields Infant school, St Albans, England
Seeds are the most important part of the life cycle of plants. Without seeds we would not have plants;   growing plants from seeds can be the best way of  preserving varieties of plants, flowers and...
Straw
To create a synergic garden with pupils, offering valuable input to the conventional school programme. Following the principles of Permaculture, students can learn more about the strategies of nature...
Gardening lesson
School is the place where the young generation develop skills, knowledge and competences. It’s the place where people in general start their learning pathway. The presence of a garden in a school can...
Integrationsgarten An Schlaaz - Potsdam
Within the concept of the Intercultural Garden, intercultural learning, international understanding and integration are central. Since the 1990s intercultural gardens have enriched many countries...
Brunch in the garden
This is a really nice activity to do in your neighbourhood.  One person or a group of people can decide they want to hold a regular event for the community, either in a shared space, in an urban...
Edible flowers with cheese
This activity can inspire adults or children who have been put off learning or who have little or no experience of gardening.  Through creating a garden that provides food, as well as being...
Raised bed sensorial plants
The abecedary of plants is a tool for discovering and learning how to recognise plants that are remarkable by their smell or touch. It is not an easy thing to do from the gardeners’ point of view...
When having a community garden, assemblies become essential in order to ensure real participation of all the gardeners and good coordination among them. Community gardens are a source of learning:...

Pistes Solidaires

1 rue Richelieu, 64000
PAU, France
T: (0033) (0) 9 81 09 69 83
www.pistes-solidaires.fr

Nexes Interculturals de Joves per Europa

C/Josep Anselm Clave, 6, 1-1
08001 Barcelona, Spain
T: +34 93 442 71 67
www.nexescat.org

CEMEA del Mezzogiorno

Via Fortebraccio, 1a
00176 ROMA, ITALY
T: +39 06 45492629
www.cemea.eu

Inwole

Rudolf Breitscheid Straße 164,
14482 Potsdam, Land Brandenburg, Deutschland
T: +49 (0) 331 70 44 27 10
http://foerderverein-inwole.de

KC English

The Manse, Garrett Street, Cawsand,
Cornwall, PL10 1PD, United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 1752 822 444
www.kcenglish.co.uk

Réseau des Jardins Solidaires Méditerranéens

4, cours de la République, 13350 CHARLEVAL, France
T: +33 (0) 9 63 24 55 57
www.reseaujsm.org