Collective monograph on the results of the TEMPUS project ALLMEET published
A collective monograph "The theory and practice of multicultural education: outcomes of the project ALLMEET TEMPUS program" was published in January 2017. Publication of the monograph was funded by Tempus IV project. Siberian Federal University acted as the publisher of the monograph, SibFU team collected and edited all the materials and worked out the design. The authors of the monograph were 18 representatives of the consortium from the nine partner universities. Editors of the monograph are O.G. Smolyaninova, Dr. of Education, Prof., Academician of RAO, Director of the Institute of Education, Psychology and Sociology, Siberian Federal University, and T.M. Tregubova, Dr. of Education, Prof., leading researcher at the Institute of Education, Psychology, and Social Problems."
The book reveals multidimensional nature of multicultural education, highlights the trend of its development in the conditions of realization of the state national policy and inter-ethnic dialogue strategies. The experience of the development of tolerance and multicultural competence on the basis of cross-cultural educational platforms worked out within the project TEMPUS ALLMEET in the six cities in five regions of Russia (Arkhangelsk Region, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Republic of Mari El, Tatarstan, Moscow), culture of which is of a diverse character. The monograph presents the work of the multinational team, theoretical and practical study, describes a model, principles and methodological bases of multicultural education and the experience of the European partners in the formation of tolerance. Research and practical developments presented in the book were supported by the international project TEMPUS ALLMEET № 544480-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-IT-TEMPUS-YPHES «Actions of Lifelong Learning addressing Multicultural Education and Tolerance in Russia (ALLMEET)».
The book is addressed to teachers, students of pedagogical universities, experts in the field of national and youth policy, departments for education and culture, researchers in the field of intercultural communication, ethnopedagogics, as well as graduate students and undergraduates who are dedicated to intercultural education.