- Project Aims
- Picture Gallery
- (Un)recognized diversity: Minorities in Europe
- Omnes cives mundi sumus
- Democracy and Its Endangerment
5. Social and Religious Minorities today
(UN)RECOGNISED DIVERSITY: MINORITIES IN EUROPE: An Erasmus+ Project of the Wittelsbacher-Gymnasium Munich 2020-2023
At the end of November / beginning of December, Wittelsbacher-Gymnasium Munich hosted the 4th project meeting on „Minorities and fringe groups in the ancient world. And today?“. Presentations by multi-national teams of students and a lecture and a guided tour by Prof Freyberger on this topic were taken as a basis for short essays from the students from Munich. Together with an essay by Dr Adami and by the project lead, they form the first part of our catalogue booklet.
Thessaloniki: the great Macedonian capital, a prominent hub for the Balkans, a large hive, where a huge crowd is constantly buzzing. A crowd that hosts so many ethnic and religious minorities, a crowd that welcomes newcomers, a crowd that has a huge story to tell. Nevertheless, a crowd that prevented our group from flying (and especially landing…) to Thessaloniki last March when a massive protest following a bloody rail disaster occupied the city’s main airport. Exactly, we couldn’t fly and that decision disappointed all of our students and our partners...
The intention of Erasmus programmes for schools is to connect teachers and students from all over Europe, with special emphasis on real-life
On Wednesday, 17th November 2021 our national TV company through its local channel (RAI Südtirol) broadcast a short report on our current project. The program is called “Minet – minorities in Europe” and obviously, deals with minorities within the old continent.