Experience of social inclusion in Norway
The article-reflection on transnational meeting in Norway written by Dr. Marie Jose Ballouhey-Schneider (French partner) searches for the models and best practices of social inclusion and migration in Norway. „Strangers are strange, they may be ok, but we don‘t know them“ – it is a motto of International Culture Club of Stord. It sounds meaningful, this also is the meaning of OPLICO project.
Is Norway community open to multiculturality and social inclusion? How to bring people together to talk to each other, to know each other and to help each other? The answers to all these questions you can find in the article-reflection „Strangers are strange, they may be ok, but we don‘t know them“ - experience of social inclusion in Norway. The reflection of the authors provides some impulses for ideas and discussions.
Aldona Kleiviene - Methodologist of the Telšių švietimo centras, andragogue practitioner, German teacher, English philologist. Worked in a field of adult education as a German teacher at Žemaitija College and as an English teacher for Adults at Telšių švietimo centras. Coordinator of Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus + projects.