lntercultural Learning in European Youth Work: Which Ways Forward?

Youth policy, in the way it has been developed in the Council of
Europe’s youth sector has an intrinsic intercultural dimension. This
results from being a policy developed together with governmental and non-governmental partners from a variety of countries and cultures, but also because it is meant to take into account realities of young people that are very diverse across Europe and within any given society. It is the ways in which this diversity is taken into account and given a space for participating and shaping youth policy that truly defines its degree of “interculturality” and, to a large extent, its relevance an its

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