The 6 Modules of the LEILU Project
Participants of LEILU participated in six different activities or modules divided into three domains: “Me and myself” (modules of Anti-violence, Self-discipline through Taekwondo), “Me and others” (Team Building through Adventures, Finding your Talents), and “Me and the environment” (Religious Tolerance, Visual Discovery of Luxembourg. The six modules of LEILU were designed to help its participants to develop empowerment, tolerance, respect, and the socio-cultural values of Luxembourg (and Europe), and to help facilitate interactions between refugees and local community members.
From January 2017 until now, over 370 participants from 49 different countries took part in project LEILU. LEILU offered more than 36 activities (some of which are composed of two-to-four-day activities), workshops, and training. LEILU made partnerships with 19 non-profit organisations and companies, and offered about 20 internships, two of which led to work contracts.
Me in Luxembourg
Visual Discovery of Luxembourg: participants interpret what they see, how the society they are in has been constructed in the way it is now; explore the history, culture and values of Luxembourg and get familiarized to the reality. They are given a chance to think about their past experiences in reflection of the films they watch.