ACCEPT PLURALISM European Conference in Lyon, France
24-25 January 2013
Banlieues d’ Europe organised the second ACCEPT PLURALISM European Conference on Tolerance, Pluralism and Social Cohesion: Responding to the Challenges of the 21st Century in Europe that took place on 24-25 January 2013 in the Maison des Passages in Lyon, France.
This conference was organized within the framework of the project Tolerance, Pluralism and Social Cohesion: Responding to the Challenges of the 21st Century in Europe - ACCEPT PLURALISM - funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme, DG Research, Social Sciences and Humanities.
For the full dossier containing detailed information on the program, the presentation of Banlieues d’ Europe and of the research project ACCEPT Pluralism, the partners of the conference, as well as information about the speakers, please click here (both in English and in French)
For a detailed program of the conference: English and French.
Some of the presentations are available below:
- Flora Burchianti, University Pompeu Fabra, Discours intolérants envers les immigrés dans la politique catalane
- Maurizio Ambrosini, University of Milan,Public Policies Of Exclusion. Introduction
- Iseult Honohah, University College Dublin,Institutional inclusion and obstacles to inclusion of minorities in Ireland. The hijab in Irish schools vs. the turban in the Garda Reserve
- Angéline Escafré-Dublet, CERI-Sciences Po Paris, Enseigner la tolérance?Les contenus des programmes et pratiques éducatives en question
- Inge Veerstegt, University of Amsterdam, Challenges to tolerance in school life: two case studies from the Netherlands and Tolerance and diversity challenges in European education
- Marko Hajdinjak, IMIR, Roma in Bulgarian Schools: Desegregation Supported, Segregation Maintained
- Zsuzsana Vidra, Central European University, Budapest, Integration versus accommodation: competing priorities in Roma schooling in Hungary
- Angeline Escafre Dublet, CERI-Sciences Po Paris, Les programmes d’histoire au prisme du « vivre ensemble ». L'inclusion des minorités et de l’histoire de l’immigration en France et au Royaume-Uni
For a full report of the event in French please click here and in English here.