Intercultural competence is crucially needed in our interconnected world.

On this website you will find information on learning and teaching intercultural competence.

The Spaces for Intercultural Learning project aims at gaining new insights on how intercultural competences can be effectively taught and learned through arts-based and action-oriented methods. As the project proceeds, you will find inspiring examples of projects around Europe, along with specific tools and materials for learning and teaching.

Follow us also on social media with hashtags #IntercultProject and #InterculturalLearning.

You can find all outputs of the project from the
Guidebook for Promoting Intercultural Learning

This is our interactive ebook. You can freely download and start reading it. 

Our very survival has never required greater co-operation and understanding among all people from all places than at this moment in history ... when we open our hearts and our minds to those who may not think like we do or believe what we do – that’s when we discover at least the possibility of common ground.
— Barack Obama, Former US President