Diversity is one of the strengths of Europe, but we can observe and feel overt/covert discrimination at social, cultural and economic level. Racism and xenophobia are among the most widespread forms of discrimination that individuals experience because of their origin, culture, language, or lifestyle. Nowadays – due to the actual political, economic and social situations worldwide – migration is one of the most important questions within the EU and in the world, and we face situations and challenges day by day in connection with interculturality. It is essential nowadays to not only improve our intercultural competences and sensitivity, but also to develop good practices, methods which could help to understand, tolerate, accept each other and support the social, educational integration of children and young people coming from minority groups or have migrant background.