How to build bridges when the ones who need the bridges have a culture?
We are back, and for real. Welcome.
It is November 2005 and the banlieues of France have been burning for twelve nights.
Informal, non-formal, formal: as easy as it gets – or out-dated boxes for convenient labelling?
Intercultural learning has become a key work area in European youth training during the last fifteen years. Nevertheless, approaches that have been consolidated and widely reproduced during this period are no longer adequate to the realities in which young people live and practice youth work.
For a change, formal education is way ahead in using weblogs for educational purposes. Go here or there and be embarrassed.