Third Collection of Good Practices: Intercultural Dialogue in Support of Quality Education

The good practices in favour of intercultural dialogue shared in this collection shed valuable light on the capacity, effectiveness and strength of schools around the world to contribute to the development and pursuit of intercultural dialogue. The majority of the experiences shared took place in UNESCO Associated Schools, which frequently faced the common problems of lack of resources, heavy workloads for teachers and limited time for innovation and experimentation.

Author
UNESCO
Language
English
Region
Global
Focus area
Youth
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s_magalage

Mon, 19/03/2018 - 12:28

It looks super interesting!