This publication looks at disability and culture in legislation.
Inclusive Organisations provides a framework that organisations can utilise to improve their engagement with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds and enhance good practice across their services and programs.
The section on culture: ASEF promotes various forms of cultural cooperation between Asia and Europe, including policy dialogue, bi-regional networks and artistic collaborations. It fosters sustainable partnerships between Asian and European arts organisations, while also facilitating dialogue between the arts sector and government agencies responsible for culture.
These articles look at different aspects of diversity in New Zealand
The activity was able to surface narratives on commonalities and uniqueness of the Higaonon and Subanen tribes in relation to their customs and tradition; IP governance; leadership and preservation and management of their rich natural resources.
Game Plan is a suite of resources to support sports clubs to increase their cultural diversity and to attract and retain young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds in sport and sports clubs – as members, players, coaches, trainers and leaders.
The e-book draws on the ability of a human mind to compare and contrast multiple versions of India and Pakistan’s shared past, and to critically analyse the subjectivity of history and to draw one’s own conclusions. It places Indian and Pakistani textbook narratives side-by-side to highlight the contrast between them, and to point to areas of convergence. The purpose is to introduce people to multiple versions of a shared past and to jolt their conscience into accepting, for starters, that parallel realities can exist in the form of perspectives, whilst being backed by equally.
Numerous resources collected since 2006 in cooperation with UNESCO Member States in the Asia-Pacific region can be used to encourage educators, scholars and activists to implement and share local educational initiatives on intercultural understanding.
The Australian Curriculum provides extensive opportunities to develop Asia capable students. It provides a comprehensive suite of teaching and learning resources across all year levels and subject/learning areas to support this.
The publication summarizes the outcomes of the comparative study of the global citizenship education in Korea and ASEAN. It provides an analysis of the current situation of global citizenship education in Indonesia and Thailand and identifies the directions for global citizenship education to be mutually implemented in Korea and ASEAN on the basis of revealed distinctiveness of students’ global citizenship