Results from all areas to Intercultural Education

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For discussion: It's often assumed that at international youth meetings, young people should primarily be learning about different ways of life in different countries. But from a diversity-conscious perspective, that approach falls short.

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In-depth examination: At international youth meetings at memorials for the victims of the Nazis, what are the implications of working with "marginalized groups," or groups who have experienced individual or collective discrimination? 

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Recommended teaching materials: Compass is probably the best-known manual on human rights education and contains a great many tips. A new German edition should be coming out in 2015.

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Project: In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the question of religion is still one of the most important questions of all. One’s religion determines one’s political power and personal career. Yet for youths and young adults, the word "Ostali" ("Others") has come to represent taking a stand against the marginalizing effects of this system. 

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Project: Young Roma and their friends from three countries grappled with experiences of discrimination past and present: An award-winning dance, theater and video project.

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Project: Deaf and hearing youths from Germany and Russia produced a TV show against discrimination.

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Recommended teaching materials: The educational tool "all different – all equal" provides tips for the practical implementation of international youth projects.

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Project: What empowers people to resist socially accepted discrimination aimed at certain groups? Twenty-eight German and Israeli students examined this phenomenon in history, in both their own and other social environments. Their results were "danceable"…

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Project: When people are friends, they must sometimes also confront inconvenient truths and live with criticism. Participants in a German-Israeli youth exchange came to this insight.

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Recommended Website: A portal with many different voices, based on interviews with contemporary witnesses; an educational portal on the genocide of Roma and Sinti; a historical exhibition about six children: three websites where much can be learned about Roma and Sinti in Europe.

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Recommended reference book: The book "Difficult Questions" is an exemplary communication tool that invites us to become familiar with other perspectives in the Polish-Jewish dialogue and beyond. It answers important questions in history, politics and everyday life.

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Recommended Website: The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights regularly conducts polls on the situation of so-called minorities in the EU. These are accessible online and constitute an important resource for knowledge multipliers in educational work.

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Recommended teaching methodology: The manual developed by Anne Sophie Winkelmann provides insights into the concept of diversity-aware educational work in international youth encounters that aim to challenge national-cultural concepts and promote awareness of diversity.

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In-depth examination: This network of schools is dedicated to dismantling any and all ideologies that attempt to legitimize inequality between human beings. It accomplishes this goal by promoting a host of projects and initiatives...

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In-depth examination: In intercultural encounters, mechanisms of social exclusion, traumatic memories, and collective representations of national history overlap. Björn Krondorfer shows how these dynamics can be constructively engaged with in reconciliatory processes.

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The learning centre is a portal for human rights education in the field of forced migration in the 20th and 21st century in the context of European immigration societies. It provides

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EGO | European History Online is a transcultural history of Europe on the Internet. The project investigates processes of intercultural exchange in European history whose impact extended beyond state, national and cultural borders.

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The Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe offers comprehensive material and lesson plans about the living environment of Jewish youth in interwar Poland.

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From 7 to 14 April 2010, Facing History and Ourselves' online workshop for Educators 'Civic Dilemmas: Religion, Migration, and Belonging will be organized.

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On Wednesday 17 March 2010 83 people attented the seminar 'History of Migrations in France and Europe: which challenges for the classrooms?'  which EUROCLIO organised in Paris thanks to a su

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The web portal aulaintercultural.org is an interesting resource for multipliers dealing with intercultural communication and intercultural learning.

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The Anne Frank Centre provides materials, seminars and training for young people and adults in the areas of historical/political education and intercultural learning.

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What if it was all just a very good story? Half true, half made up, partly touching on our personal memories and experiences, and partly reflecting the history of our communities and societies.

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"Entangled History as a perspective for non-formal education" is a series of events consisting of a training for youth workers and an international youth meeting (January 2018).

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