SISUMMA European Social Initiative
of Support to Minorities through Media Activism
Duration: 01/10/2016 – 31/3/2018
SISUMMA project is specifically designed in a constant feedback scheme that intends to generate knowledge and materials to be used in a cascade flow mode during all its execution. The project aims to foster tolerance, respect and multicultural dialogue among young Europeans through several training activities and debates on the values of a dynamic European citizenship. Taking in consideration other previous European initiatives, policies, networks and good practices, the project will be addressed from a local to trans-European dimensions aiming to contribute to a better multicultural coexistence, including minorities and vulnerable groups, fostering European citizens’ engagement and encouraging their knowledge, capabilities and active participation
Association “Petit philosophy” (Croatia)
To empower young Europeans as engaged citizens trough a cross-cultural educational programme and media literacy training to challenge discrimination against minorities.
To sensitize youths on diversity and multicultural coexistence, fostering trans-national debate among European youths from different countries and minorities.
Generating mutual understanding and common strategies to fight discrimination.
To empower young Europeans to be active and critical citizens through media literacy.
To create a trans-European network of youths and sociopolitical actors that stand for equal rights of minorities.
Preparatory activities and multicultural coexistance
Training program on european citizenship, minorities and multicultural coexistance
Awareness activities on european citizenship, minorities and multicultural coexistance
Media literacy and media activism workshops
Citizens’ debates / analysis and discussion groups
Media activism production of audiovisual
ENSUMMA european net for a multicultural coexistence
Total value of the project:
funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union
Bruno Curko (firstname.lastname@example.org)