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Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education

A Reference Book for Schools (Intercultural Education, Human Rights Education)
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Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education: A Reference Book for Schools (Intercultural Education, Human Rights Education) 1st Edition. by John Keast (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important?Format: Paperback. Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education: A Reference Book for Schools Intercultural Education, Human Rights Education Series: Authors: John Keast, Council of.

This reference book is intended to help teachers, teacher administrators, policy makers and others deal with the important issue of religious diversity in Europe's schools.

The religious dimension of intercultural education is an issue that affects all schools, whether they are religiously diverse or not, because their pupils live and will work in increasingly diverse reference book is the.

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Council of Europe publications are available from the Publishing Division, Palais de l'Europe F Strasbourg Cedex: E-mail: [email protected] () Towards Religious Competence: Diversity as a Challenge for Education in Europe. Münster: Lit Verlag. Keast, John (ed.) () Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education: a Reference Book for Schools.

Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing. McGuire, Meredith () Religion. The Social Context. Belmont: Wadsworth. Nesbitt, Eleanor () Intercultural Education. Ethnographic and Religious Approaches.

Studying Religious Diversity in Public Education: An Interpretive Approach to Religious and Intercultural Understanding. Robert Jackson. Pages Published online: 11 Nov Download citation. Original Articles.

In book: Dialogs on diversity and global education (pp) Chapter: Multicultural education and intercultural education: is there a difference. Education for intercultural and interfaith dialogue, Proposal for a new project, Working document prepared by the Secretariat for the Steering Committee For Education (CD-ED), Educational Policies and European Dimension Division, Directorate of School, Out-of-School and Higher Education, Directorate General IV.

Often considered ‘the father of multicultural education,” University of Washington Professor James Banks, provides an anthology of essays on multicultural issues focused on the topics of culture, race, gender, religion, ethnicity, language, physical and intellectual abilities.

The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief. ISBN (£5) Intercultural Education and Religious Plurality consists of research based discussions aimed at helping educators and policy makers to bring the dimension of religious diversity to intercultural education in Europe.

The report is written by members of Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit as a contribution to the Oslo. Intercultural education and religious diversity: interpretive and dialogical approaches from England, in Council of Europe (ed.), The religious dimension of intercultural education, Council of.

Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education: A Reference Book (Paperback) Council of Europe (author), John Keast (editor). The intercultural challange withing Religious life Conversations at UISG, Rome, Octo Speaker: Sr.

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Maria Theresia Hörnemann, Congregational Leader of the Missionary Sisters, Servants of the Holy Spirit and UISG board member. Download her presentation We thank God that we are diverse.

However, we know that the differences are also a source of difficulties,Read more. The great value of this book is its insistence that diversity, syncretism and the lived reality of religion should be taken into account in religious education teaching, and that it is important to hear the voices of children and young people alongside the discussions of orthodox religious ideals.

Religious education’s contribution to intercultural education, citizenship education and values education So far we have argued for approaches which develop skills of communication – of interpretation, criticism and dialogue – and which give pupils agency, maximizing their active participation in the methods and practices of religious.

The reference book is the main outcome of the project "The Challenge of intercultural education today: religious diversity and dialogue in Europe", developed by the Council of Europe between and Reviews "Kenneth Cushner's book is courageous and innovative.

“The great value of this book is its insistence that diversity, syncretism and the lived reality of religion should be taken into account in religious education teaching, and that it is important to hear the voices of children and young people alongside the discussions of orthodox religious by: "This reference book is the main outcome of the project entitled 'The challenge of intercultural education today: religious diversity and dialogue in Europe', developed by the Council of Europe between and The project was established following the events of 9/11"--Page Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: pt.

groups, various linguistic cultures and religious backgrounds. Given this diversity, coexistence is a must. Intercultural education is one of the basic tools with which members of the society and societies.

Intercultural education is a global necessity, a specialized form of education that puts individuals and. Intercultural Education for Intercultural Competence: A New Kind of Literacy for Sustainable Development and the ethnographic variables of nationality, ethnicity, language, and religion” (p).

Intercultural Education (IE) and Intercultural Competence (IC) Investing in cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue. Author, New York. Intercultural education is a synthesis of the learning from multicultural and anti-racist education approaches that were commonly used internationally from the s to the s.

Ireland has long had an experience of ethnic, cultural, linguistic and religious diversity. This can be seen, for example, in the way in which bilingualism in Irish. Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education by John Keast (Editor); Council of Europe Staff (Contribution by) Call Number: LL KEA ISBN: project entitled ‘The Challenge of Intercultural Education Today: Religious Diversity and Dialogue in Europe’ began inwith the human rights principle of freedom of religion and belief as its foundation.

Thus, a policy principle was the starting point for. The Education Department of the Council of Europe launched its first initiative on Education and Religious diversity in the aftermath of the 9/11 events.

The purpose of its work was not so much to examine religious education and the role it plays in official curricula but to construct an approach to intercultural learning that promotes dialogue. Religious and spiritual diversity in the workplace.

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In M. Moodian (Ed.), Contemporary leadership and intercultural competence: Exploring the cross-cultural dynamics within organizations (pp. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: /n5. Bennett, Martin F.

"Religious and Spiritual Diversity in the Workplace.". Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education: A Reference Book for Schools – Edited by John Keast. Benjamin Bury. University of Birmingham. Search for more papers by this author. Benjamin Bury.

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diversity. Then some important points about intercultural methodology are explored in order to understand the theoretical basis for intercultural Christian education. The biblical and theological foundations of intercultural Christian education reveal several.

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28 at 4 p.m. Book Circle. The Office of Equality & Diversity invites you to The Book Circle at the James E. Marks Intercultural Center. The Book Circle provides participants with a place to engage in a facilitated dialogue about various cultural, intercultural, and identity issues in a respectful environment that encourages openness and humility.This article on religious diversity questions the utility of the nation-state as the primary focus of the analysis of contemporary forms of this phenomenon, which is mostly global.

Notwithstanding its increasingly complex nature, the discussion maintains that religious diversity offers the researcher a useful conceptual tool for examining how changes in religion impact on social life, and the.“This book offers the best of all worlds for those interested in intercultural communication in the Indian context.

The authors have included the state-of-the-art in terms of theorizing and research on intercultural communication with the application and culture-specific knowledge about India.

It is the ideal blend of the global and local focus.