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Reinforcing Sustainable Development in Schools in Malta: A Potential Approach by the University of Malta to Meet the Country's Sustainable Development Challenges [chapter]

Cynthia Caruana, Mark Mifsud
2014 Integrative Approaches to Sustainable Development at University Level  
The study also provides a strategic intercultural and environmental management plan tailormade for a particular school in Malta.  ...  With this in mind, Sustainable Development is expressed as four-pillared and intercultural management is viewed as an important field for social cohesion and justice, particularly within the school environment  ...  Research Methodology In order to provide an intercultural and environmental plan for the school, research methodology techniques were used to collect data and establish the current intercultural and environmental  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10690-8_15 fatcat:3xyv7hiidbdxrdfgwrwt7vrbzu

Indigenous Knowledge and Education in Chiapas, Mexico: An Intercultural Method
Conocimiento y educación indígena en Chiapas, México: un método intercultural

Ronald Nigh, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social, Maria Bertely, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
2018 Diálogos sobre educación  
indigenous or community pedagogies implicit in the savoir faire of local community culture.  ...  We review two related intercultural education projects designed from the bottom-up, Laboratories Socionaturales Vivos y Milpas Educativas (Living Socio-Natural Laboratories and Educational Milpas) and  ...  Milpas have been: Support for autonomous and community-based processes.  ... 
doi:10.32870/dse.v0i16.395 fatcat:fim7oizs7vf4tbhf3cg4rp55yy


Claudia Moisă
2007 Tourism and hospitality management  
In the last period, the most utilized concept is that of mobility, of intercultural learning, of recapture, of study traveling, all these referring to the young travelers, in this case supporting being  ...  Very important is the relationship between the tourism and various operational exchange programmes for students, as SOCRATES and ERASMUS for Europe or the European Community of West African States (ECOWAS  ...  For some experts, tourism is just an economy branch, while for others what comes first in youth tourism is the word "youth" on which the development of this form of tourism is based.  ... 
doi:10.20867/thm.14.1.13 fatcat:mcd3ew2ronb35cgeh532ccwkyi

The Contribution of the Egyptian Youth Hostels Association in Developing Intercultural Understanding: A Case study of IOU Respect as an International Exchange Programme

Waleed Radwan
2015 International Academic Journal Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management  
In addition, these offices develop exchanges between various youth associations, where a seminar is held annually between experts and supervisors at these offices, in order to execute the appropriate touristic  ...  Youth Hostels Association in Developing Intercultural Understanding: a Case study of IOU Respect as an International Exchange Programme.Your responses are confidential and will be used only for the purpose  ...  The Contribution of the Egyptian Youth Hostels Association in Developing Intercultural Understanding: A Case study of IOU Respect as an International Exchange Programme ‫ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ‬  ... 
doi:10.21608/ijaf.2015.95621 fatcat:rtzhsfmeobfyfiuvstb24yg23u

A cross-cultural material development project to train Turkish development personnel in the Southeastern Anatolia Regional Development Project (GAP)

Kenneth Cushner, Linda Robertson, Suheyla Kirca, Melek Cakmak
2003 International Journal of Intercultural Relations  
groups into local communities; development of multi-purpose community and youth centers; various agricultural and infrastructure-development projects in the region; professional development of personnel  ...  GAP development programs and projects have placed great emphasis on participatory approaches for promoting and supporting community involvement in the planning, management and evaluation of projects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2003.08.001 fatcat:pyrwpz7gcvhuhcdaxghef7rqgu

Pedagogical approaches to teaching and adaptation of indigenous minority peoples of the North in higher educational institutions

Alexandra Alexandrovna Sitnikova, Natalia Nikolaevna Pimenova, Antonina Igorevna Filko
2018 The Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University ?ulletin  
Conversations on cultural sustainability: stimuli for embedding Indigenous knowledges and ways of being into curriculum // Higher Education Re-  ...  guidance of youth, training of national experts to work in leading industries: mining or oil and gas.  ...  At present, the development of adaptation tools in the modern environment with the support of traditional culture for the youth of the minority indigenous peoples is recognized as one of the leading public  ... 
doi:10.15293/2226-3365.1804.02 fatcat:2pqt3xx54fdyhl52cctszkb3vm

Using the BEVI to Assess Individual Experience to Enhance International Programming

Jacie Grant, Kris Acheson, Elizabeth Karcher
2021 Frontiers  
in identity, and preparedness for learning.  ...  Success in diverse educational and work environments requires intercultural competence, positive attitudes towards difference, and willingness to interact across cultures.  ...  students and support intercultural development.  ... 
doi:10.36366/frontiers.v33i1.491 fatcat:oi64hczgizbzdmvuekxfe4zgf4

Empowering youth and communities through 4-H School Gardening Programs: Results of focus groups in Burundi, Africa

Mary Katherine Deen, Lauren Hrncirik Scanga, Kevin Wright, Charles Berahino
2017 Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education  
A needs assessment using focus groups was conducted with 34 primary school teachers, administrators, and afterschool staff in two rural communities in Burundi.  ...  School educators also reported a need for professional development to better provide quality education for youth.  ...  For these reasons focus groups have been shown to be a successful methodology to employ in intercultural settings and in supporting credibility (Halcomb, Gholizadeh, DiGiacomo, Phillips, & Davidson, 2007  ... 
doi:10.5191/jiaee.2017.24209 fatcat:rpktiqnjnjbopenv3xt7jjp5yi

Human Capital on the European Labour Market

Marzena Kacprzak, Agnieszka Król, Izabela Wielewska
2017 Zeszyty Naukowe SGGW w Warszawie - Problemy Rolnictwa Światowego  
This is primarily due to the need to function in a multicultural environment, growing competition and population aging.  ...  Efficient use of human capital and taking care of its quality in the global labour market is becoming a priority.  ...  For most of us, working and learning in a multicultural environment has become commonplace.  ... 
doi:10.22630/prs.2017.17.4.90 fatcat:pnol6rl2gfbh3oud2hne2odsbq

The Safeguarding of Living Person of Heritage from the Perspectives of National Heritage Act 2005 (Act 645)

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Expert Interviews and Document Review were the main tools applied in collecting data. The findings indicated that although NHA 2005 do provides a proper protection to these living persons.  ...  This is essential because the living persons or cultural practitioners will remain protected as a heritage and tourism product that indirectly will generate income for the country.  ...  An understanding of the ICH of different communities helps with intercultural dialogues, and encourages mutual respects for other ways of life [2] .  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.d7260.018520 fatcat:bqc4cmpq6rcmtlapuoe3jykfgm

A participatory action research on the care for water and life on Earth: a case study of interreligious and intercultural engagements in the time of the pandemic in Thailand

Rey Ty
2021 Caminhos de Diálogo  
the one hand and environmental care through a planting project with the local intercultural and interreligious community on the other hand.  ...  Specifically, this article presented a case study in Thailand that deals with a community participatory action research that involves environmental advocacy in the classroom at the university level on  ...  since 2006 in youth peacebuilding as well as engaging in human rights, environmentalism, social justice, and peace efforts both on campus and in the community.  ... 
doi:10.7213/cd.a9n15p156-176 fatcat:o2icrao53fa3pfbfbjiwybxu6e

Impact of Yearlong 4-H Japanese Internship Experience on United States Participants

Patreese Ingram, CherRhonda Smith-Hollins, Rama Radhakrishna
2009 Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education  
The importance of cultural understanding, intercultural communication skills, and foreign language ability is being echoed from a variety of different platforms including the business, governmental, and  ...  For the past 15 years, the States' 4-H International Programs Committee has collaborated with Japanese youth development organizations to provide year-long internship experiences for young adults who have  ...  Living and working in a foreign country places the student in an environment surrounded by models and opportunities to observe behavior considered appropriate for that environment.  ... 
doi:10.5191/jiaee.2009.16102 fatcat:5zgofiaowrf4vjuzfj6x2om4oa

Diversity Regimes Beyond Multiculturalism? A Reflexive Ethnography of Intercultural Higher Education in Veracruz, Mexico

Gunther Dietz
2012 Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies  
The author gratefully acknowledges translation and proofreading support by Sharon Duncan.  ...  Acknowledgements A preliminary version of this text has been presented and discussed at the panel 'Dialogical Ethnographies in Asymmetrical Interactions: Reflexivity, Commitment and Criticism in the Anthropological  ...  councils (COMUDERS) and environmental management units in the Nahua communities of Huazuntlán, Pajapan, and Tatahuicapan as well as in the Popoluca community of Soteapan (Sandoval R., 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/17442222.2012.686334 fatcat:4znge6npnzhaxoysqy7cqlgx7m

Sociocultural integration of meskhetian turks in the context of inter-ethnic cooperation

Lyudmila Afanasieva, Iryna Bukrieieva, Lyudmila Glyns'ka, Natalia Hlebova, Roman Oleksenko
2021 Revista Amazonía investiga  
adaptation of the youth of Meskhetian Turks in Ukraine are actualized.  ...  of social mobility and migration activity, democratization of marital and family relations, diversification of employment, significant changes in social, cultural and educational environment, places of  ...  The concept of interculturalism lies in finding the forms, means and mechanisms to support cultural differences in the process of interaction «within the framework of fundamental democratic values and  ... 
doi:10.34069/ai/2021.38.02.23 fatcat:msgosilo35gtnihb3kim2gjilq

Paraguayan Indigenous Peoples and the Challenge of Citizenship [chapter]

Dominique Demelenne
2020 Global Citizenship Education  
A learning process guided and transmitted by teachers, and supported by the Indigenous community, where two teaching systems are articulated.  ...  This leads us to rethink the meaning of education, participation and the relationships between humans and the environment.  ...  That is due to lack of respect for Indigenous rights (San Pedro leader, consulted in 2017). The land, the territory and the environment play a fundamental role in Indigenous communities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44617-8_3 fatcat:piqe5x2ubja4tcu43zyywgivzm
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