T-Kit 4: Intercultural Learning
T-kit 4: Intercultural learning
For trainers and other youth dealing with intercultural issues.
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- Chapter 1. Intercultural learning: intersections and limitations
- Chapter 2. Intercultural learning: theories, contexts, realities
- Chapter 3. Facilitation and design of intercultural learning processes
- Chapter 4. Educational activities
- Building an educational programme / Key to the presentation of the activities
- List of activities by themes addressed
- List of activities by competences addressed
- Alternative narratives
- Autobiography of intercultural encounters
- Do you see what I see?
- Don't by a bystander
- Every picture tells a story
- Exclusion breakfast
- Find your group
- From exclusion to integration
- Grandma, let me tell you about culture
- In other words
- Me, myself and we
- My intercultural diary
- Sharing discrimination – fighting discrimination
- The flower of identity
- The intercultural history line
- The stages of intercultural sensitivity
- Three steps for my intercultural competence
- Where do you stand?
- Chapter 5. Intercultural learning in action
- The authors
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