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.
3. Intercultural dialogue guidelines. Guidelines for intercultural dialogue in non-formal learning / education activities. These guidelines were created to support organisers of youth activities to consciously embed intercultural dialogue in their projects. The guidelines refer to learning principles, methodologies and practices. While there is no universal recipe for addressing intercultural dialogue, the use of certain principles
Manual for facilitators in non-formal education. The manual provides essential information and practical tips for all who are involved in planning and delivering non-formal education intercultural activities on an occasional basis. This manual is part of the endeavour of the Council of Europe’s youth sector to support and develop the quality of non-formal education activities