The main objective of this mobility is to work on the relationship between tourism and political awareness. The visit of certain historical centers has an important objective but above all subjective effect on the visitors. In this final mobility, we want to bring together all the ideas that we have worked on during the project to raise awareness of the importance of visiting certain places to understand our political history and learn from the past to face our democratic future.
The contents to be worked on in this mobility

  • World Heritage City: The example of Krakow, a model of heritage management.
  • Krakow during World War II: ghetto and extermination camps.
    Different types of methodology will be worked with.
    Active:
    Polish students will elaborate presentations and videos about Krakow during WW II.
    Students from other project partners elaborate presentations on historically important buildings and sites of particular relevance for the conception and development of European democracy. claiming their importance
    Passive:
  • Visit to the city of Krakow.
  • Interview with the authorities explaining the model of cultural management
  • Visit to the Auschwitz II-Birkenau concentration camp.
    Products
  • Presentation on the City of Krakow
  • Sustainable tourism guidebook on the City of Krakow and its surroundings
  • Presentation on Auschwitz II-Birkenau
    The activity will have a significant impact on the life of the center as it is the first European project in which they participate. We understand that the activities will not only be directed to the participating students but will have a remarkable relevance in the center: presentations and activities will be directed to all the students and their families.
    In this mobility, the final joint analysis and evaluation will be carried out, issuing the last joint final report of the project.