T-Kit 12: Youth transforming conflict. The thematic field represented by the intersection between conflict, youth and educational practice is an obvious choice considering these criteria. Many youth organisations and youth work services work actively and focus on dealing with conflicts of different kinds. Nevertheless, these often lack resources, relevant information and methods for their daily
Intercultural learning in non-formal education. Intercultural learning has long held a central role in European youth work and policy, especially in international youth exchanges. The expectations placed on intercultural learning as a process, as an educational and social objective and, lastly, as a political attitude in relation to diversity remain fully relevant in Europe today.
T-Kit 4: Intercultural Learning. The result is a revised T-Kit intended as an educational material for youth workers, educators and trainers to understand what intercultural learning is and how to best consider it and enhance it when planning, running and evaluating activities with young people. The ultimate aim of these educational processes is to enable
The politics of diversity in Europe. It is this apparent acceptance of diversity as a fact and value that this book sets out to examine, in a range of ways, it offers a countervailing assessment of ‘diversity; seeing it less as a unifying social imaginary and more as a cost-free form of politics attuned to
T-Kit 6: Training Essentials. This T-Kit addresses itself to trainers working within a European framework. It proceeds by assuming that they will be working with a multicultural group and team, in an activity that demands careful planning and input from them, and in training situations which pose a range of personal and professional questions. While