Kamaradi (Friends) is a magazine for multilingual children and multicultural education.
It is aimed at children from language-mixed families, ethnic minorities, foreign roots, or learning and communicating in other languages besides Czech. It is also for those who are interested in how our society works, which is more and more mixed from different cultures and languages and thus richer. The magazine is intended for children in elementary school. Cooperation with their parents and educators is envisaged.
Target group(s): Migrant children, their parents, Teachers
The main topics to which Kamaradi magazine contribute include education in the languages of national minorities, multicultural education and promotion of human rights and the right to inclusive education for children and pupils with socio-cultural disadvantages (language barrier, national or racial diversity, low social and economic status).
The project has several main activities. These are the publication of the printed magazine Kamaradi for Children to support the teaching of minority languages and multicultural education; An interactive version of the magazine for viewing on a PC and working on a tablet and national children's competition for reading and writing in a second language
Type of product
x Paper-based material
x Online resource
x Other ___magazine
Brief description of the product / outcome / method
Magazine for migrant children living in Czech Republic
Impact on target groups / Transferability potential
Support of migrant children
Idea is transferable to other countries.
Promoter of the initiative
Name of organization / individual: Spolek Zaedno
Country: Czech Republic
Contacts: Spolek Zaedno Kolbenova 762/6 190 00, Praha 9-Vysočany Tel: (+420) 603 103 928 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org