Studies/Reports/Publications
The Anna Lindh new study on cross-cultural relations in the Mediterranean region receives global recognition at the opening of UN Forum in Brazil PDF Print

Posted: June 9, 2010

Region: Worldwide

The forthcoming Anna Lindh Report on Intercultural Trends' is hailed by international leaders and experts have a Pioneering Model for Providing a Voice to People and Communities in building regional cooperation.

 
New Council of Europe publication: Blasphemy, insult and hatred - Finding answers in a democratic society PDF Print

Posted: June 9, 2010

Region: Worldwide

Mutual understanding and acceptance is perhaps the main challenge of modern society. Diversity is undoubtedly an asset, but cohabiting with people of different backgrounds and ideas calls for a new ethic of responsible intercultural relations, in Europe and in the world.

 
Intercultural Dialogue in the Framework of European Human Rights Protection (White Paper Series - Volume 1) PDF Print

Published: May 21, 2010

Region: Worldwide

This report analyses the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in terms of the promotion of cultural diversity, as championed by the Council of Europe particularly through its "White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue" (2008).

 
White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue “Living together as equals in dignity” PDF Print

Published: May 21, 2010

Region: Worldwide

Managing Europe’s increasing cultural diversity – rooted in the history of our continent and enhanced by globalisation – in a democratic manner has become a priority in recent years.
The White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue – “Living together as equals in dignity”, responds to an increasing demand to clarify how intercultural dialogue can enhance diversity while sustaining social cohesion.

 
New Book: Cultural Diversity and Global Media PDF Print

Posted on: April 15, 2010

Region: worldwide

Cultural Diversity and Global Media explores the relationship between the media and multiculturalism. Maintaining that the media actively shapes and constructs understandings of cultural difference, rather than reflecting debates on cultural diversity, Eugenia Siapera - the author-  argues that we must look to the media in order to understand cultural diversity and its position in society.

The book summarises and critically discusses current approaches to multiculturalism and the media from a global perspective, as well as it explores both the theoretical debates and empirical findings on multiculturalism and the media.

 
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