In the last days of January the I-CARE consortium met for the first meeting of the project.

I-CARE stands for Intercultural Care in the Social and Healthcare Sector and aims to promote intercultural skills of care workers to ease their interaction with clients with migration background. For this purpose a number of tools will be developed, among them an intercultural learning App for care workers.

The meeting was hosted by BUPNET in Göttingen, where our partners from UK, Austria, Greece, Denmark and Italy got a taste of German winter. Nevertheless the working climate was excellent and we are keen to enter the research phase as next step in the project.

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