Guidelines for intercultural dialogue in non-formal learning / education activities. In 2009, a group of international organisations concerned with intercultural dialogue in non-formal learning jointly decided to carry on a feasibility study in order to understand the approaches to intercultural dialogue that youth organisations were using in their non-formal learning activities in Europe and the Euro-Mediterranean region. The results of the study revealed many different uses of the terminology, a diversity of approaches, but very few assessments or comprehensive guidelines. Considering such outcomes, a group of experts – trainers, practitioners, researchers – was brought together to develop a tool that serves as guidelines for trainers and facilitators who organise intercultural learning activities.
Intercultural dialogue guidelines
EU-CoE Youth Partnership
Type of tool: Guideline
Topic: Education, Diversity, Youth work
Target Group: IVS organisation staff, Trainers, Camp coordinators, IVS organisation board
Use: Planning IVS projects
Year of Publication: 2009