Intercultural Communication Resource Pack

This resource pack contains a set of tools and methods for youth activities, some personal insights of other youth workers involved in Intercultural Communication projects as well as theoretical inputs and references for further work in this area.

Outcome of the training course organised by SALTO Cultural Diversity and the Bulgarian and Romanian National Agencies in September 2008, this booklet is a practical toolkit for youth work in the context of Intercultural Communication.

This resource pack is divided into three main chapters:

  • Intercultural Communication and Me: looking into communication styles and habits as well as communication channels used by individuals linked to identity issues and introspection/self-reflection
  • Intercultural Communication in Groups: looking at group dynamics and ways in which groups communicate, using youth groups as an example
  • Intercultural Communication and the Society: analysis of social processes behind Intercultural Communication, theories, and tools available for youth workers to look at the 'bigger picture'

Each part contains games, activities, and methods to use in training and youth activities.

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Hopefully this booklet will be a useful resource in everyday work with young people and an inspiration for further work related to intercultural learning. Do not hesitate to give us your feedback via the comments box below or by e-mailing

This publication is freely downloadable.

Reproduction and use for non-commercial purposes is permitted provided the source is mentioned and is notified.


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