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Saskia Witteborn, 2011,
London, United Kingdom
- article

Discursive Grouping in a Virtual Forum

in Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, Volume 4 Issue 2, pp. 109-126, DOI: 10.1080/17513057.2011.556827

In this article, the author examines how participants in a virtual forum construct differences and if these differences fostered or prevented intercultural dialogue. 

This training course entitled “Other Ethnic Background – So what?”, organised by the Center for Intercultural Dialogue in Copenhagen, is directed at teachers and other education practitioners with the goal of enhancing intercultural dialogue in the school-home partnership. Questions such as what is an ethnic background and what is culture are discussed.

24-26/10/2012,
Hamburg, Germany
- conference

Intercultural forum Hamburg

This fourth edition of the conference invited participants through multidisciplinary means (theater, lectures, films etc.) to discuss the issue of cultural diversity.

In the context of increased globalisation and ethnic and cultural tensions, the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations asked people in the framework of Create competition to submit apps or games promoting intercultural dialogue and an open and respectful exchange between people from different cultural backgrounds. These apps or games should also encourage the sharing of experiences and better practices of living together.

Romano Dungan, 2008,
Boston
- book

Intercultural Marriage

This book gives an insight of the challenges people in intercultural relationships face. With the evolution of the world (including the elimination of borders, the development of internet, immigration, study abroad and travel) comes some challenges to the thriving global cross-cultural community.

ISBN: 
978-1-931930-52-9
Zofia Wilk-Woś, March 2010,
Łódź, Poland
- article

The Role of Intercultural Dialogue in the EU Policy

in Journal of Intercultural Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 78-88

The enlargement of the EU led to the increase of multiculturalism in the Member States. The author argues that intercultural dialogue is a necessity for the multicultural societies of the EU to function. She also advocates the importance of intercultural communication in fostering an understanding of other cultures, in recognising the cultural heritage, in increasing tolerance and respect for other different cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious groups.

ISBN: 
ISSN: 2080-0150
Joseph Zajda, 2009 - article

Globalisation, Nation-Building and Cultural Identity

in Globalisation, Comparative Education and Policy Research, Vol. 3, pp. 15-24

Issues such as violence, conflicts and war have brought up the need for a paradigm of intercultural dialogue in comparative education research.

ISBN: 
978-1-4020-9318-0
Helle Malmvig, 2005 - article

Security through Intercultural Dialogue?

in Mediterranean Politics, Vol. 10, Issue 3, pp. 349-364, Special Issue: Conceptualising Cultural and Social Dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean Area: A European Perspective, DOI: 10.1080/13629390500289391

This article examines the issue of intercultural dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean area in the broader context of security issues. Using Critical theory and the Copenhagen School conceptualisation of security, the author argues that security concerns need to be addressed through dialogue. Intercultural dialogue is challenged by the political dimension of securitisation and governmental control over the issue.

François Mangenot and Katerina Zourou, 2007,
Grenoble, France
- article

Susciter le dialogue interculturel en ligne: rôle et limites des tâches

in Revue de Linguistique et de Didactique des Langues (Lidil), Vol. 36, pp. 43-67

“This paper deals with the role and limits of tasks as a key factor for eliciting and strengthening intercultural dialogue between native and non-native speakers communicating online.

ISBN: 
ISSN: 1146-6480
Zacharie Zachariev, September 2006 - study

Education, Dialogue Interculturel et Société de L’Information

in International Review of Education, Vol. 52, Issue 5, pp. 425-442

This study advocates the role education has in developing intercultural dialogue. The author relates intercultural dialogue to universalisation on the one hand and to elimination of particularity on the other in the context of increasing cultural exchange. He discusses the ethics of intercultural dialogue in school and debates the challenges and risks multiculturalism can pose.

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ISSN: 0020-8566

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