The Intercultural Citizenship Handbook is the first of its kind, developed during 3 years by educators from the Mediterranean region and Europe. It is a tool to support learning with young people focused on the knowledge and skills to play an active role in civic life at the local and international level.
The Handbook covers both theoretical and practical aspects of intercultural citizenship learning, including practical case-studies from across the Mediterranean region. The team of authors includes: Leonce Bekemans, Emel Kurma, Tarak Mahdhaoui, Miquel Essomba, Farah Cherif D’Quezzan, Miguel Silva, Steven Stegers and Haifa Sabbagh.
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