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Title: 1+ 1 = 3, Multicultural Europe : challenges, threats and opportunities for Poland in XXI century = Wielokulturowa Europa : wyzwania, zagrozenia i szanse dla Polski w XXI wieku
Corporate Authors: Jagiellonian University. Centre for European Studies 
British Council Poland 
Subject Keywords: cultural diversity ; diversity ; tolerance ; freedom of religion or belief ; minority rights ; anti-Semitism ; sexual orientation and gender identity ; anti-discrimination ; anti-racism ; education ; ethnic and national minorities ; religious or belief groups ; gay
See Also: human rights education ; Holocaust education ; human rights education ; Holocaust education ; religion or belief ; People of African descent ; Arab ; Armenian ; Asian ; Bosniak ; Chechen ; Croat ; Frisian ; German ; Hispanic ; Hungarian ; Montenegrin ; Pomak ; Russian ; Saami ; Serb ; Tatar ; Crimean Tatar ; Turk ; Uzbek ; Ukrainian ; Yazidi
Key Issues: Diversity education ; Freedom of religion or belief ; Racism and xenophobia
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: British Council
Publication Country: Poland 
Publication Place : Warsaw
Material Type: tools and guides
Language: English ; Polish
Country: Poland 
Country Coverage: Poland 
URL more information: http://www.europeistyka.uj.edu.pl/main.php?id=35&id2=56
Abstract: The documentary shot during the course of "the Multicultural Europe - challenges, threats and opportunities for Poland in XXI century" project. The project was conducted as a series of 2-day workshops, taking place once a month from February to June 2005 in Cracow. It was an initiatvie designed for students, teachers, NGO activists, young leaders, policy-makers and public administration officials. The aim of the program was to provide participants with an overview of multiculturalism in Europe and Poland and a deep understanding of certain key issues, as well as helping them to develop project management skills. The workshops emphasised the value of developing a tolerant way of thinking, full or respect and understanding towards otherness - whatever based on race, ethnicity, religion or anything else.
Physical Description: 1 CD-ROM
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/19738
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