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Education Pack "all different - all equal" - Ideas, resources, methods and activities for non-formal intercultural education with young people and adults (3rd edition)

Education Pack "all different - all equal" - Ideas, resources, methods and activities for non-formal intercultural education with young people and adults (3rd edition) (2016)

Pat Branders, Carmen Cardenas, Juan de Civente Abad, Rui Gomes, Mark Taylor

ISBN 978-92-871-8351-4
Type of document : Book
Format : Paper
Size : 16 x 24 cm
Language : English
Number of pages : 208

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Education Pack "all different - all equal" - Ideas, resources, methods and activities for non-formal intercultural education with young people and adults (3rd edition)

Education Pack "all different - all equal" - Ideas, resources, methods and activities for non-formal intercultural education with young people and adults (3rd edition)

It is easy to say "I have no prejudices", "I'm not racist, so it has nothing to do with me", "I didn't invite those refugees". It is hard to say "I may not be to blame for what happened in the past but I want to take responsibility for making sure it doesn't continue in the future".

The Education Pack "all different - all equal" was originally produced in 1995 as an educational resource for the European youth campaign against racism, antisemitism, xenophobia and intolerance. Soon after its publication it became a reference work for those involved in intercultural education and training with young people across Europe and beyond. Translated into many languages, it remains today one of the most successful and most sought after publications of the Council of Europe.

The usefulness of the pack stems from the variety and creativity of the methodologies proposed. More than twenty years after the "all different - all equal" campaign, the role plays, simulation exercices, case studies and cooperative group work that it proposes remain an inspiration to many youth workers, trainers, teachers and other people actively involved in intercultural education. European societies continue to suffer from a growth of racist hostility and intolerance towards minorities and foreigners; the necessity for intercultural youth work remains undiminished and the relevance of this pack remains unquestionable.

Little bit has been changed in this new edition of the pack, apart from an updating of references. Most changes are visible and usable only in the online version, which offers relevant links with other resources for human rights education which continue the legacy of the campaign: equality in dignity and rights, respect for broader appreciation of diversity.

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It is easy to say "I have no prejudices", "I'm not racist, so it has nothing to do with me", "I didn't invite those refugees". It is hard to say "I may not be to blame for what happened in the past but I want to take responsibility for making sure it doesn't continue in the future".

The Education Pack "all different - all equal" was originally produced in 1995 as an educational resource for the European youth campaign against racism, antisemitism, xenophobia and intolerance. Soon after its publication it became a reference work for those involved in intercultural education and training with young people across Europe and beyond. Translated into many languages, it remains today one of the most successful and most sought after publications of the Council of Europe.

The usefulness of the pack stems from the variety and creativity of the methodologies proposed. More than twenty years after the "all different - all equal" campaign, the role plays, simulation exercices, case studies and cooperative group work that it proposes remain an inspiration to many youth workers, trainers, teachers and other people actively involved in intercultural education. European societies continue to suffer from a growth of racist hostility and intolerance towards minorities and foreigners; the necessity for intercultural youth work remains undiminished and the relevance of this pack remains unquestionable.

Little bit has been changed in this new edition of the pack, apart from an updating of references. Most changes are visible and usable only in the online version, which offers relevant links with other resources for human rights education which continue the legacy of the campaign: equality in dignity and rights, respect for broader appreciation of diversity.

Introduction
PART A - KEY CONCEPTS AND BASIS FOR INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION
Chapter 1 - Challenges, Problems and their Origins
     The Reality of Our Societies: Difference
     North-South, A Question Of Imbalance
          The international economic system
          An imbalance everyone of us helps to maintain
     East - West: The New Search For Balance
          The changing faces of Europe
          Different Europes
     Minorities in Europe
          Local Minorities
          Migrants, Immigrants, Refugees
     The Legal “Welcome” to Those Coming from Outside
          And What Are Our Responses to All of This?
          A Model to Adapt
     IF... THEN....
          References for this chapter
Chapter 2 - Understanding Difference and Discrimination
     From Multicultural to Intercultural Societies
     Let’s Talk About Culture
          Learning Your Own Culture: Something as Natural as Breathing
          Identity
     We All Live With Images
          Stereotypes
          Prejudices
          Prejudice and stereotypes about other cultural groups
          Ethnocentrism
     Linking The Images And Their Effects
          Discrimination
          Xenophobia
          Intolerance
          Anti-Semitism
          Racism
     Where do we go from here?
          References for this chapter
Chapter 3 - Intercultural Education: A Positive Approach to Difference
     Where Does Intercultural Education Come From?
          Educational responses to multicultural society
     Intercultural Education: A Social Education Process
     Two Ways of Travelling:
          1. Formal intercultural education
          2. Informal Intercultural Education
     Working With Young People – A Continuous Process
     Pause for Thought
          To sum up, it may be helpful to remember that:
          References for this chapter
PART B - ACTIVITIES, METHODS AND RESOURCES
     I. Introduction
          How to use the pack
     II. The educational approach
          Working with young people
     III. Developing an intercultural education programme
          Tips for facilitators
          Leading discussions
          Dealing with conflict
          Evaluation or reviewing
     IV. Activities
     V. Credits

Table of Activities, levels and themes addressed
An A‑Z of Actions for the Campaign
Antonio and Ali
Balloons
Cultionary
Dear Friend....
Dominoes
Dreams
Eurojoke Contest
Euro-rail “à la carte”
Every Picture Tells a Story
First Impressions
Force the Circle
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
The History Line
In Our Block
The Island
Just Do It!
Knysna Blue
Labels
Limit 20
Making the News
Me Too
Media Biases
My Childhood .
My Story
National Holiday
Odd One Out
One Equals One
The Path to Development
Personal Heroes
Portraits
The Refugee
The Rules of the Game
Seeking Similarities and Discovering Diversity
Sharing Discrimination
Tales of the World
Trailing Diversity
Tree of Life
“What Do You See?”
Where Do You Stand?
White Future
Ice-breakers
Ways Into Starting Work on the Theme of the Campaign
Resources
A. Written Materials
B. Videos / Films
Appendices
Appendix I - The Vienna Declaration
Appendix II - Declaration of the European Youth Organisations done at the Council of Europe Summit in Vienna, 8-9 October 1993

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