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.
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?
The Situation of lesbian, gay, bi-, trans- and intersexual people as well as queers, who flee their home countries and seek asylum in Germany is not very common. The authors describe about the Situation of LGBT*I*Q Refugees in Germany.
In the “International Dialogue” area you can exchange information and ideas on both theoretical and practical aspects of your work in historical and civic education - on an international level.
We present this area mainly in English so that the dialogue can extend beyond the German-speaking countries. This is a platform for you to publish articles in English or German, introduce your project, institution or didactic material, or show practical examples from your own teaching.