This online course offers an opportunity to explore various aspects of intercultural communication and adjustment models and to learn what is required to be effective and comfortable while going abroad and living internationally.
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.
The book consists of a Model of Best Practice, Teaching and Learning Resources and Community-School Engagement Models. In particular, the teaching modules aim to broaden student awareness of cultural diversity and develop a more informed understanding of Australia as a culturally diverse nation.
This collection of teaching and learning materials was released within the series of UNESCO Bangkok publications “Reorienting Teacher Education to Address Sustainable Development: Guidelines and Tools”. The publication offers approaches designed to for promoting sustainable development concepts, intercultural understanding and peace culture through education.
This is a manual for human rights education with young people. Further material available on the website.
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 joint publication between UNESCO and Tudor Rose on the International Decade for the Rapproachement of Cultures (2013-22), including contributions from over 50 researchers committed to mobilising intercultural dialogue and enhanced cultural understanding to help achieve social cohesion and peace.
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.
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
This Resource Pack is meant to be a practical toolkit for youth work in the context of intercultural communication. It contains a set of tools and methods for youth activities, some personal insights of other youth workers involved in intercultural communication projects as well as theoretical inputs and references for further work in this area. Further material avaiable on the website