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Michael Byram

Michael Byram

University of Durham

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Addressing ethical dilemmas in teaching for intercultural citizenship: the role of IH and conviction

Addressing ethical dilemmas in teaching for intercultural citizenship: the role of IH and conviction

Posted on 4 November 2019 by ,

By Michael Byram  and    Manuela Wagner In the last two blog entries we took a first look at the relationship between teaching for intercultural citizenship (applying the knowledge, skills […]

The role of conviction in intercultural competence/citizenship

The role of conviction in intercultural competence/citizenship

Posted on 21 October 2019 by ,

In the previous blog we investigated the relationship between intellectual humility (owning the limitations of one’s knowledge) and intercultural citizenship (applying the knowledge, skills and attitudes of intercultural competence to […]

Do intercultural Citizens need to be intellectually humble?

Do intercultural Citizens need to be intellectually humble?

Posted on 7 October 2019 by ,

By Manuela Wagner and Michael Byram The late Paddy Ashdown, British politician and diplomat, emphasized in 2012 “In the modern age, where everything is connected to everything, the most important […]