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Intercultural Dialogue Europe


Sharing Diversity

Final Report on National Approaches to ICD in Europe

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1.      Introduction 

1.1       Setting the context for the study
1.2       Methodology
1.3       Exercises being carried out in parallel
1.4       Defining the field
1.5       Guide to the report

2.      Identifying and Assessing Impulses or Trigger Issues

2.1       Europe's population diversity
2.2       Political and economic developments
2.3       Domestic societal developments and concerns

3.      Understanding ICD in selected sectors

3.1       Education at the heart of intercultural dialogue
3.2       Culture (arts and heritage)
3.3       Youth in the globalising world: policy impulses and motives
3.4       Sport: a focus on civic participation

4.      A legal environment for intercultural dialogue?

4.1       Concepts, definitions and challenges
4.2       International legal instruments
4.3       European Union instruments influencing national policies and legislation on non discrimination
4.4       National legal instruments and practices

5.      National actors

5.1       Main ministries or public agencies responsible for domestic ICD activities
5.2       National actors promoting trans-border cultural cooperation
5.3       A few words on local and regional actors
5.4       Civil society organisations as "drivers" and partners in ICD processes

6.      National approaches, strategies and policies relating to ICD

6.1       Overview of approaches to promote intercultural dialogue within countries
6.2       Distinguishing cohesion and diversity
6.3       Cohesion-led national integration approaches
6.4       Diversity-led national integration approaches
6.5       Integrated strategies for intercultural dialogue
6.6       Compensatory action
6.7       Local and regional approaches
6.8       National approaches to cross-border dialogue?
6.9       The EU and its neighbours - a "value-based" co-operation?

7.      Sector specific ICD policies and strategies

7.1       Education provides the basis for understanding and respecting diversity
7.2       Cultural policy to go beyond showcasing cultures
7.3       Heritage institutions promote intercultural dialogue: the case of museums
7.4       Youth is not a sector, but a target of policy
7.5       Promoting integration and dialogue through sports

8.      From policy to practice: assessing projects and experiments

8.1       How to decide whether or not a project is "good practice"
8.2       Projects across Europe can not be assessed with the same criteria
8.3       Some observations about successful ICD projects

9.      Towards a strategy for ICD: conclusions and recommendations



Related Websites

 European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008

 European Agenda for Culture in a Globalising World

 Flash Eurobarometer 2007: Intercultural Dialogue in Europe

 Council of Europe White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue

 Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe: Intercultural Dialogue

 Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures


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