BASICS – Bibliodrama as a way of intercultural learning for adults European Commission, Grundtvig Multilateral (Oct. 2011 – Sept. 2013). Partners: Iceland, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Israel.
It is the Reykjavík Academy and Physical bishop involved in this European multicultural project Bibliodrama with representatives of the four countries. Delegates have different backgrounds, some are Christians, but other Muslims or Jews. The project is funded by the Grundtvig program for adult European.
Bibliodrama (biblios – a book in Greek) is a method that has spread throughout the world in the last twenty years. She is based in part on the methods of psychology to use role play to understand themselves and others (pshycodrama). The aim is also to see the culture and religion as reflected in the pivotal stories of different traditions and apply methods role-playing games to understand the stories.
The purpose is to increase understanding and tolerance of pluralism of modern Europe.
For more information:
Björg Árnadóttir, bjor [hja] akademia.is 899-6917
Halldór Reynisson halldor.reynisson [hja] kirkjan.is , 856-1571