CFP Intercultural Education in an Age of Information & Disinformation (Israel)

ConferencesCall for papers, IAIE 2020: Intercultural Education in an Age of Information and Disinformation Conference, The Kibbutzim College of Education & The MOFET Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel, June 27-30, 2021. Deadline: October 25, 2020. (Extended to November 1, 2020 due to technical difficulties)

The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought new challenges and rapid changes, which have initiated extensive discussion on key social and educational concepts, such as, racism, equity, nationality, empathy, diversity, and technology. These concepts form a basis for discourse on their role in intercultural education.

In this conference, participants will discuss a variety of topics relevant to the new global situation, among other intercultural topics. The conference includes the following strands:
• Peace Education
• Cooperative and Collaborative Learning in Multicultural Settings
• Using Assistive Technology to Promote Universal Design for Learning in an Inclusive Learning Environment
• Language Awareness
• Educational Assessment Suitable for the Multicultural Era of the 21st Century
• History Education and Multiculturality
• Democracy and Mutual Life
• Technology to Promote Globalization & Intercultural Education
• Intercultural Competence: Policies and Innovative Practices
• Empathy & Gender
• Diverse Academia
• Ecohumanism and the Challenges of Cultural and Environmental Sustainability
• Religious Education, Immigration and Interreligious Education

CFP Education Theory and Practices in Challenging Times (France)

Call for Papers:
Education theory and practices in challenging times: Cultivating an ethos of social justice, respect and diversity

Angers, France
13 to 16th of June 2017
Organizers: International Association for Intercultural Education (IAIE) and Université catholique de l’Ouest (UCO)

The focus of this bilingual (ENG-FRE) conference is the dynamic interplay between various societal actors at a time when social and political developments across the globe challenge the very fabric of today’s multicultural societies. The conference aims to create an active and open forum for all who are connected to intercultural education and related fields, including theorists, practitioners, and students. The forum is organized under a series of strands:
Diversity in Education
Diversity in the Workplace
Migration & Mobility: Policies & Practices
Diversity in the Media & Arts
Social Justice in Health, Education & the Workplace
Religious Diversity & Extremisms

All abstracts should be submitted by March 15, 2017.

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