Intercultural Dialogue in Schools

Members of the school community – whether pupils, teachers, parents or others – can use dialogue formats to get together to talk about identity and community issues.

The facilitated interaction can be used to talk about beliefs and values, as well as to learn about the cultural or religious perspective of others in a respectful way. Differences and things in common are made visible, so as to reflect about them together. For more information please see: Intercultural dialogue for schools and classes.