and its KA1. First of all, it supports professional development of youth workers and it provides them
with tools to facilitate learning and development of young migrants and refugees in different
contexts. Through its practical part, it stimulates their creative and innovative thinking in designing
experiential learning activities, based on young migrants and refugee’s needs and requirements for
their social inclusion.
Personal development, creativity and well-being have the potential of becoming the key outcomes
of a learning system that follows the right track. This “right track” involves the use of innovative
pedagogical methods, enjoyable and inspirational environments, collaborative learning that rests
on a competence-based and learner-centred approach. And because we are all different, education
needs to take into account the rich diversity of individuals. Only by being open to and accepting our
differences will we manage to reach out to disadvantaged groups, will we succeed in keeping
learners in the learning pathway and encourage a positive attitude towards learning throughout life.