Facing these challenges places a great deal of responsibility on the shoulders of educators, engaged in preparing future generations to be thoughtful, critical and responsible global citizens. Intercultural Education on the Move: Facing Old and New Challenges will bring together researchers, scholars and practitioners to share, reflect and discuss how the field can address these challenges and move forward.
We hope that the conference with its 5 strands will stimulate new initiatives, new ideas and new research that can benefit society and create a safer, more accepting and more just world.
Strand 1: Intercultural and Multicultural Education: theoretical underpinnings and research priorities
Strand 2: Inclusive Education and the diversity spectrum
Strand 3: Dimensions of diversity: Educational opportunities and challenges, human rights
Strand 4: Migrant and Refugee Education
Strand 5: ICTs, Online learning and vulnerable groups in Covid-19 Pandemic
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See the registration and submissions page to register.