The book is a resource for youth leaders, or community organisers, to support the practical application of dialogue. It provides the theoretical background and practical knowledge to allow young leaders to use dialogue constructively for a range of purposes.
A comprehensive, global report on cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue which seeks to underline the advances of recent years to emphasize that cultural diversity has as its corollary intercultural dialogue, which implies a need to move beyond a focus on differences that can only be a source of conflict, ignorance and misunderstanding.
The ‘Young Arab Voices’ is a regional project, jointly launched by the British Council and the Anna Lindh Foundation, aims at developing skills and opportunities for youth-led debate across the Arab region.
A comprehensive reference publication on the basic terminology needed in order to develop intercultural competences and to permit intercultural dialogue, as well as outlining a series of minimally necessary steps to take in sharing this knowledge with the largest number of others, across the greatest selection of contexts, possible.
A MOOC exploring contemporary Arab citizenship, looking into comparative historical perspectives of the various interconnected theories, concepts, institutions and citizenship applications. It also discusses the relationship of the human rights of citizenship, and explores a variety of topics and issues, including civil society, education, youth, gender, minorities, immigrants and refugees