The Sapienza University of Rome is counted among the world’s oldest universities.
For years the university has been committed to cultural diversity leading to their engagement in the CODES Programme. Continue reading “CODES Partners: Sapienza University of Rome”
The Panteion University of Athens is one of the few European universities dedicated to Political Sciences. The university has been invested in this domain since its founding in 1930, along with the Social Sciences. They value these areas through their participation in various European programs, such as the CODES Programme. Continue reading “CODES Partners: Panteion University of Athens”
On May 29th and 30th the CODES Programme Consortium met at the Sapienza University in order to define the Competency Reference Guide which is the foundation for the course module. It will help reflect on the course content and the general architecture of the module dedicated to cultural diversity.
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The European University of Flensburg (Europa-Universität Flensburg) is the northernmost university in Germany. Situated near the German-Danish border, the university is focused primarily on teaching training and International Business.
Thanks to their integral European focus, this university brings their expertise on Europe-centered issues to the CODES Programme.
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Open-DSI is the only private partner of the CODES Programme. As experts in free and open source technology solutions, Open-DSI provides tremendous supports to the CODES Consortium, which has chosen to pursue “free” software to create and diffuse its training module in cultural diversity management.
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Following our first article dedicated to the University of Bucharest, this week we will present the University of Coimbra (UC). UC is the first historic university of Portugal, founded over 700 years ago… today the university is committed to the cause of cultural diversity.
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The University Lumière Lyon 2 has been leading the CODES Programme since the beginning of the 2017 school year. Like its European counterparts, the university is focused on international efforts and is engaged for better cultural diversity management by promoting collaboration as a preferred work method.
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The University of Bucharest (UB) is one of the largest institutions for higher education in Romania. Founded in 1864, it is the first Romanian university listed among the 600 world’s top universities. Continue reading “CODES Partners: The University of Bucharest”
Welcome to the site of the European programme CODES – Communication, Cultural Diversity and Solidarity*
Interculturality, multiculturality, transculturality : plenty of debates and concepts consitute not simply academic research subjects, but also the subject of current events in both political and media discourses. Today, cultural diversity represents a debate regarding geographic locations, identity, our relationship to others and questions our ability to live together in harmony. Our main interest is, in fact, how to imagine cultural diversity not as a source of conflict but as a richness in our society. Continue reading “Welcome!”