A Transcultural Approach to Belonging and Engagement among Migrant Youth
The UNESCO Chair program builds capacity and promotes international cooperation through the exchange of knowledge and resources in the fields of education, science, culture and communication. We aim to ensure cultural diversity is accepted and embraced as a core tenet of humanity.
Following the recent release of God is Good For You: A Defence of Christianity in Troubled Times (2018) by Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor, Foreign Affairs Journalist and Commentator of national newspaper The Australian, UNESCO Chair for Comparative Research in Cultural...read more
Professor Jo Shaw, Salvasen Chair of European Institutions, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, was hosted by the UNESCO Chair for Comparative Research in Cultural Diversity and Social Justice, Professor Fethi Mansouri at the Alfred Deakin Institute for...read more