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Application Deadline: April 15, UCSIA Summer School “Culture, Religion and Society” (8/26-9/2, 2012) Antwerp, Belgium)
[ March 15, 2012 to April 15, 2012. ] UCSIA Summer School “Culture, Religion and Society” (26 August – 2 September 2012, Antwerp, Belgium) Location: Belgium
This year the programme will focus on the topic of Secularism(s) and Religion in Society.
It is evident that religion, culture and society are strongly interwoven and are crucial for understanding the contemporary world. With globalization touching all aspects of [...]
This paper was compiled following David Cameron’s speech at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday 5 February 2011.
The speech and media discussions of it dealt with three principal themes: The concept of multiculturalism, and whether multiculturalism in Britain, and in Europe more generally, has failed; The nature and causes of violent extremism, and approaches to [...]
This teaching and learning resource for teachers can help students develop a deeper awareness and understanding of other cultures and faiths within the Southeast Asia-Australasia (Australia and New Zealand) region. The aim of the resource is for students to identify the commonalities and appreciate the differences within and between societies. Subjects covered include food, clothing, [...]
The Berkley Center Knowledge Resources are designed for students, scholars, citizens and policymakers eager to know more about how religion plays out in culture, society, and politics — in the United States and around the world. The center offers a guide about religion and different faiths.
This site from the Diversity Council of Minnesota ffers different activities dealing with cultural diversity including religion. Activities range from K-12.
The article explores issues around culture and teaching and describes how to think about educational settings and scenarios from the point of view of culture. It discusses the formation of cultural identity, and the concept of cultural responsibility.
This website provides a lesson plan about tolerance modeled around the work and lessons of Martin Luther King, Jr. Five lesson plans are provided which each focus on a different message of tolerance. Each lesson plan covers a specific age group, ranging from grades Kindergarten through high school.
“Bursting Stereotypes” activity involves students bursting balloons [...]
The booklet provides short, adaptable lesson plans and activities that build cross-cultural awareness, respect, and communication in your classroom. Lessons are flexible, easy to use, and standards-based.