This report has been submitted by Fondazione Scuola di Pace di Monte Sole (Italy) as deliverable D2.1 within the framework of H2020 project "SO-CLOSE: Enhancing Social Cohesion through Sharing the Cultural Heritage of Forced Migrations" Grant No. 870939. This report illustrates the main findings of the SO-CLOSE WP2 collective research, based on participatory methods and group reflections (co-creation and focus groups).The idea is to enlighten coherences and resources as well as questionable and problematic points, in order to help WP3, WP4 and WP5 with new and tested ideas together with suggestions to mitigate possible obstacles, misunderstandings and mistakes. The text starts illustrating a short analytical premise and it then covers the 4 main SO-CLOSE fields of interest: historical memory, social cohesion, cultural heritage and methods and tools for sharing between native and refugee/asylum seekers communities.
free text keywords: SO-CLOSE, Focus groups, Co-creation, Cultural heritage, Social cohesion, Refugees, Migrations, Tolls