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Biblioweb de FETE-UGT Políticas Sociales

Biblioweb de FETE-UGT Políticas Sociales

Guía didáctica de la ciudadanía con perspectiva de género. Igualdad en la Diversidad

Diccionario "on line" de Coeducación

Historia del 8 de marzo

Todo lo que las chicas deben saber de la historia de las mujeres (y los chicos también). Volúmenes I y II

Coeducando en el patio, la biblioteca y el laboratorio

Cómo cuestionar la normalidad

Integrar la diversidad, cuestionar la normalidad. Video

Histórias de vida

English Pronunciation and Sounds

Videos en los que Úrsula Kirsten Torrado Profesora de inglés del Centro de Lenguas de la Universidad de Vigo no enseña a pronunciar diferentes sonidos del inglés: Vowels, Long A, Long I, Ash, Nasals, etc.

New Quechua manual designed for public servants
by Diego M. Ortiz

Wilfred Ardito and Gavina Cordova have authored a new Quechua language manual that, if successful, will help police and public servants to better assist citizens in multiple regions of Peru.

Talking the Talk: Indigenous Language Recovery in Peru With Miryam Yataco Bill Weinberg
Bill Weinberg Read

Miryam Yataco—educator, language rights advocate and an expert in intercultural bilingual education—has been involved in crafting language recovery efforts for the Indigenous Parliamentary Group in the Peruvian Congress, and as a consultant to Peru’s Vice-Ministry of Intercultural Affairs under the Ministry of Culture. The daughter of a Quechua-speaking mother originally from the Áncash region and a Spanish-speaking father of Quechua background from Ica region, she grew up in Lima, where her experiences with language discrimination shaped her life’s work. She currently divides her time between Peru and New York. Indian Country Today Media Network spoke with her at her apartment on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Learning mobility and non-formal learning in European contexts: Policies, approaches and examples
Günter J.Friesenhahn, Hanjo Schild, Hans-Georg Wicke, Judit Balogh

Mobility is considered to be important for the personal development and employability of young people, as well as for intercultural dialogue, participation and active citizenship. Learning mobility in the youth field focuses on non-formal learning as a relevant part of youth work, with links to informal learning as well as to formal education. Different stakeholders at European level, particularly the Council of Europe and the European Commission, but also individual member states, foster programmes and strategies to enhance the mobility of young people, and particularly the learning dimension in mobility schemes.

Intercultural Education and Internationalisation. Postgraduate Taught 2013. Durham University (UK)
Start Date 07-10-2013

The MA Intercultural Education and Internationalisation develops critical understanding of education and intercultural communication in the context of global movements of people and the internationalisation of education. The programme provides students, educators, and policy makers with resources for reflecting on and responding to the growing need for intercultural education and communication in an increasingly intercultural/international world. This programme is available for part time and full time students through the academic year. It can also be studied part time at the School of Education International Postgraduate Programme that runs in Durham every July.

¡Los idiomas sí que cuentan! Video

Anti-Racism Toolkit. Activity Set. Educational Activities for Use in Workshops and Classrooms
By Eric D. Wong

A review of the research in determining what pedagogical strategies work best in enhancing intergroup harmony identified a number of school and classroom interventions that have been shown to be effective in reducing prejudice and preventing stereotyping and discrimination. The activities in this toolkit parallel these educational strategies.

Is racism in online gaming the fault of the games – or the players?
Recycling Hatred: Racism(s) in Europe Today. A Dialogue between Academics, Equality Experts and Civil Society Activists

Anti-Islamophobia Education as Transformative Pedagogy: Reflections from the Educational Front Lines
Muslim Women and the Politics of Representation

DICE Project. Development & Intercultural Education within Initial Teacher Education
Interculturalism, Society and Education

The Twitter of Babel: Mapping World Languages through Microblogging Platforms
Delia Mocanu, Andrea Baronchelli, Bruno Gonçalves, Nicola Perra, Alessandro Vespignani

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