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This book considers the role of higher education in developing and promoting intercultural dialogue in greater detail than a statement or even a White Paper covering all aspects of the Council of Europe’s activities could possibly do. More specifically, this book looks at the higher education.

This book considers the role of higher education in developing and promoting intercultural dialogue in greater detail than a statement or even a White Paper covering all aspects of the Council of Europe’s activities could possibly do. More specifically, this book looks at the higher education campus as a venue of intercultural dialogue. This is not the only role higher education plays in promoting intercultural dialogue, and a later contribution will aim to look at the role of higher education as an actor in the broader society of which it is a part

Intercultural dialogue is therefore one of the political priorities of the Council of Europe, as shown most prominently by. .

Intercultural dialogue is therefore one of the political priorities of the Council of Europe, as shown most prominently by the adoption of the White Paper "Living Together as Equals in Dignity" in May 2008. Higher education, by its history and contemporary practice, is a natural partner in and promoter of intercultural dia¬logue and understanding. Higher education institutions and campuses are themselves multicultural societies, and as such are the focus of the present volume.

The Council of Europe is an international organization focused on.

The Council of Europe is an international organization focused on promoting democracy, rule of law, human rights, economic development and integration of certain regulatory functions in Europe. Founded in 1949, it has 47 member states. It complements Intercultural dialogue on Campus (Higher Education series No. 11) and the issue of the IAU journal Higher Education Policy (HEP, vol. 1. ) on the same topic and includes contributions from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and North America.

The Council of Europe's White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue (2008) proposes that intercultural dialogue offers the best approach for managing issues of cultural diversity within contemporary societies.

The Council of Europe's White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue (2008) proposes that intercultural dialogue offers the best approach for managing issues of cultural diversity within contemporary societies

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Intercultural dialogue on Campus. Council of Europe higher education series N. Authors: Sjur Bergan and Jean-Philippe Restoueix (eds). Higher education, by its history and contemporary practice, is a natural partner in and promoter of intercultural dialogue and understanding. A second volume will examine the role of higher education in furthering intercultural dialogue and understanding in broader society. Attachement: white paper final revised en.

To explore intercultural dialogue on the higher education campus, the Council of Europe invited contributions from all parts of Europe and also from a higher education personality who combines an African background with experience of European higher education. The contributors come from a variety of institutions and have a range of responsibilities.

The fourth and fifth chapter list the basic requirements for the promotion of intercultural dialogue – democratic governance on the basis of the Council of Europe’s values; a political culture valuing diversity; democratic citizenship and participation; readiness to promote intercultural competency as well as readiness to acquire intercultural competences; the allocation of physical as well as virtual space for intercultural dialogue, and th. Decision-making body: Committee of Ministers ( Foreign ministers of the member states). Consultative bodies: Parliamentary Assembly; Congress of Local and Regional Authorities; Conference of INGOs; Commissioner for Human Rights.

Council of Europe Higher Education. Publications in the council of europe higher education series. Series No. 20. Council of Europe. The opinions expressed in this work are the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official. 393. Student engagement in Europe Page 4. Preface.

The Charter reflects the Council of Europe's understanding of the importance of the role of education in the promotion of.The Charter sets out 16 specific articles concerning education for democratic citizenship and human rights education under four main headings.

The Charter reflects the Council of Europe's understanding of the importance of the role of education in the promotion of the Council's core values - democracy, human rights and the rule of law, and in the prevention of human rights violations. It also builds from the Council's development of a broad range of co-operation programmes in the field of citizenship and human rights education, both in formal and non-formal education from 1997 to the present.