societies are inconceivable as isolated and mono-cultural entities. The
interaction of various cultures is not only a fact of life for most
Europeans, it also enriches our societies. However, we also witness
tensions between cultures. Intercultural dialogue is therefore one of
the political priorities of the Council of Europe, as shown most
prominently by the adoption of the White Paper "Living Together as
Equals in Dignity" in May 2008.
Higher education, by its history and contemporary practice, is a natural partner in and promoter of intercultural dialogue and understanding. Higher education institutions and campuses are themselves multicultural societies, and as such are the focus of the present volume. A second volume will examine the role of higher education in furthering intercultural dialogue and understanding in broader society.
Intercultural dialogue in higher education in Europe
Intercultural dialogue and democracy: new values for higher education
Defining the sources of intercultural conflict and their effects
Euro-Mediterranean intercultural dialogue
Cultivating intercultural dialogue at the European University Viadrina
Intercultural dialogue on a Russian university campus
Intercultural dialogue in "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" - How to achieve it?
The multiple facets of interculturalism
Intercultural dialogue on the University Campus
Appendix 1: White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue: "Living Together As Equals in Dignity"Appendix 2: Statement by the Steering Committee for Higher Education and Research (CDESR) on the contribution of higher education to intercultural dialogue