International Association for Intercultural Education

The origins and character of the International Association for Intercultural Education (IAIE) need to be placed within the context of developments in Europe after World War II. These key developments include the following: (a) coming to terms with some 50 million dead on the European continent due to the war, and especially the scars of Fascism and the Holocaust; (b) the decolonization of countries in the Asian and African continents and the subsequent migration of millions from these former colonies to Western Europe; (c) a series of refugee crises associated with war and conflict, such as the conflict in the Balkans in the 1990s; (d) the creation of a Europe divided into communist and capitalist blocs and a connected stream of migrants from the East ...

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