Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaften

Universität Bremen

Intercultural Education

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Quotation of the Conference "Educational professionalisation in the migration society


The substantial characteristics of intercultural education consist of the competence and responsibility for human beings who are threatened by exclusion as a consequence of migration, for the investigation of mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion and for the development of proposals for improvement. (Hans-Joachim Roth)



 Visit of the Cyprus Group (15th of March, 2017)



Panicos Louca (Prinary Education School Inspector), Nikolaos Lekkos (Depute Head Teacher in Primary Education), Nikolais Mouktaroudi (Secondary School Teacher, Greek Literature), Marina Constantinou (Educational Psychologist), Maria Oikonomou-Georgiou (Educational Psychologist), Martina Huber (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights), Raffaele Schiassi (European Asylum Support Office), Helmut Kehlenbeck (Bremer Bildungsbehörde/Interkulturelle Angelegenheiten und Migrantenförderung), Prof. Dr. Yasemin Karakaşoğlu (Vice Rector for Intercultural and International Affairs), Katja Baginski (Coordinator of Complementary Lessons Project), Lydia Heidrich (Doctoral Researcher)


Contact Person: Dennis Barasi


Room: GW2 1.240


phone: 0049 - 421 218-69129



Call for Papers: We invite scientist and practitioners in the field of school pedagogy and also encourage early career scientists to submit proposals to the thematic focal points 'School', 'Migrations' and 'Perspectives for teacher training programs in migration societies'.


New Article: Only Second Best? Interview Reports as a Method of Documenting Qualitative Interviews. Written by Dita Vogel and Barbara J. Funck.