Sunday, 17. Feb 2019

Report of the Sola Pilot Project


Migration history - videoproduction - contemporary art - family meetings

Twenty five students at Sola Upper Secondary School, Stavanger, Norway taking an optional course in Intercultural Integration were voluntarily selected guinea pigs to test some of the ideas of YAM2008. During spring 2006 the students were introduced to the subject of migration, learned about videoproduction and contemparary art and produced their own video of the subjects related to love, religion, hospitality and death. Finally some of the students took part in family meetings.



An abstract of the report in English can be downloaded here.
A full version of the report in Norwegian can be downloaded here.







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