Handbook on Tolerance and Cultural Diversity in Europe

HANDBOOK115 The ACCEPT PLURALISM project has published a Handbook on Tolerance and Cultural Diversity in Europe.

Geared toward teacher-trainers, this Handbook is intended primarily for use in programmes that prepare teachers to serve in high schools in Europe. While it could be beneficial for teachers of any subject, the Handbook may be most useful to those who are preparing to deliver courses on European civics and citizenship education. The Handbook’s targeted readers are high school students and undergraduate University students between 17 and 23 years of age. This Handbook seeks to inform and educate youth, to help them understand diversity and talk about it using a common set of terms.  It aims to give young people the tools to resolve dilemmas that they may face in their everyday lives and in the future.and talk about it using a common set of terms. 

The main purpose of this Handbook is to clarify terms commonly used to talk about diversity such as nationality, national identity or citizenship but also concepts such as integration, multiculturalism and intercultural dialogue. Secondly, the Handbook introduces the concepts and phenomena underpinning fear of diversity. Finally, the Handbook proposes answers to the challenges of ethnic and religious diversity in everyday life. Taken as a whole, this Handbook seeks both to clarify important terms associated with its subject matter and to clearly articulate the principles that should guide democratic life in European societies.   

The Handbook on Tolerance and Cultural Diversity in Europe has been adopted as training material by

 

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Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (European University Institute)

Funded by: the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme, Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities

Duration: 1 March 2010-31 May 2013

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