LET’S INCREASE ADULT EDUCATORS’ INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION COMPETENCIES
Anisoara Pop and
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Anca Colibaba: EuroEd Foundation Iasi
Irina Gheorghiu: Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg
Cintia Colibaba: Ion Ionescu de la Brad University Iasi
Ovidiu Ursa: Iuliu Hatieganu University Cluj-Napoca
Anisoara Pop: GE Palade University Targu Mures
Magda Iorga: Grigore T Popa University Iasi
CrossCultural Management Journal, 2020, issue 2, 87-91
The article is a study on enhancing adult educators’ intercultural communication competencies as achieved through the INCREASE European project (2019-1-RO01-KA204-063872); the project is being implemented by a partnership of institutions and organisations from six countries, coordinated by the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Romania. The project aims to strengthen the intercultural communication competencies of adult educators who work in various formal and non-formal educational settings in order to help them to overcome the challenges arising from their everyday work with multicultural and multilingual learners. The paper presents the project’s objectives and activities and gives insights into the research findings on multiculturalism in adult education in Romania.
Keywords: Interculturality; Multiculturalism; Adult education; Intercultural communication competencies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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