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Title: About political need of intercultural work - "interculturality" in European context
Authors: Alves Pereira, Paulo
Editors: Becsky, Stefan
Hopkinson, Andy
Bacry, Patrick
Keywords: Interculturality
Political need
Intercultural work
School and multiculturality
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Forum 21 - European Journal on Child and Youth Research
Citation: Today's world is characterized by an enormous fluctuation and fluency of markets and, because of that, by a strong migratory wave. This results in constantly changing realities, sometimes with diffuse outlines and aspects, which provoke perplexities. With the economic, politicai and social crises that create the migratory wave of biblical proportions, we suddenly see in Europe - and not only in Europe - many people who clearly have different and strange cultural roots. These people generally move from regions affected by war, natural disasters, economic crises, etc. in the hope of surviving or rebuilding their lives.
Abstract: The forms of intercultural practice are, among others, also a political task, which must be seen against the background of the living conditions of indigenous and migrant populations. Although one of the main issues in our society is the problem of migration, the training in "interculturality" does not end there. This problem, as well as all other phenomena related to "interculturality", must be seen as a springboard which should be extended to each educational effort.
ISSN: 1866-7260
Type: article
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