Europe in transition: Diversity, Identity and Youth Work
April 19, 2018

Europe in transition: Diversity, Identity and Youth Work

Do you want to know more about diversity and inclusion in contemporary Europe? This SALTO-YOUTH publication covers some of the concerns of youth workers and young people in a selection of think-pieces and practice examples.

The publication is intended to:

  • inform and provide insight on issues and approaches in relation to cultural diversity;
  • engage and encourage readers in critical reflection;
  • challenge readers in their assumptions and inspire action;
  • contribute to policy by stimulating discussion and recommendations;
  • promote diversity and inclusion in countries across Europe.

It is meant for educators, policy influencers and decision-makers, researchers, social activists, youth and community workers.



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