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DISCO Network
location(s): Ann Arbor (United States of America)
André Brock , Catherine Knight Steele , Lisa Nakamura , Rayon Fouché , Remi Yergeau , Stephanie Dinkins

A collaborative, intergenerational research group of scholars dedicated to analyzing digital technology, race, disability, sexuality, and gender. The network comprises of six laboratories across five universities (University of Michigan, Northwestern University, The University of Maryland-College Park, Stony Brook University, Georgia Institute of Technology), each of which stands alone and a network node to write, talk, and think about the past, present, and future of technology, Blackness, Asianness, disability, and liberation. The DISCO Network is supported by the Mellon Foundation.

keywords: e-learning, multilingual, citizenship, transformative education, key competences, buddy-system, EU-project
location(s): Jena (Germany)
Klara Räthel and many others , Luisa Conti

KIDS4ALLL project has been granted in the frame of the Horizon2020 Work Program SC6 entitled ‘Europe in a Changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective societies’ and with particular reference to topic 5 that focused on integration challenges of migrant children in educational contexts. The KIDS4ALLL learning method draws on knowledge acquisition skills training and attitude transfer to convey lifelong learning competences as a whole within a collaborative and co-creative learning process. As a response to the educational needs of children, in particular of migrant children, and of educators as pathfinders for continuous lifelong and life wide learning, the project is grounded on three Key Inclusive Development Strategies (KIDS) towards LifeLongLearning (LLL), which represent the specific objectives of the project. Main output of the project:

keywords: Research, digital interculturality
location(s): Jena (Germany) , Potsdam (Germany) , Germersheim (Germany)
Anna Finzel , Carmen Pereyra , Fergal Lenehan , Luisa Conti , Lymor Wolf Goldstein , Milene Mendes de Oliveira , Roman Lietz

ReDICo (“Researching Digital Interculturality Co-operatively”), financed from November 2020 until October 2024 by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) within the program “Kleine Fächer – Zusammen Stark“ (Small Subjects: Strong together), retains both research and strategic goals. The scientific examination of intercultural practices and discourses within digital spaces and their influence upon issues such as identities, group social cohesion and cultural change, remains at its centre. Coupled with this is the strategic aim of strengthening Intercultural Communication as an academic subject with a positive social influence, at both national and transnational levels.

keywords: European Certificate for Intercultural Learning Professionals
Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości CWEP (PL) , Intercultural Business Improvement (NL) , LABC (I) , SIETAR Germany , University of Tilburg (NL) , assist international GmbH (D)

Self assessment instrument on competences in intercultural business contexts. Languages Dutch, English, German, Italian, Polish

Digital Ethnography Collective
Branwen Spector , Zoe Glatt

Invites scholars at all levels to join for regular public lectures, events and workshops. Welcomes those interested in online culture (Internet/platforms/social media), and the ethnographic study of digital technologies. The aim of the group is to establish a global community of scholars of digital ethnography and to work through challenges in this growing subdiscipline.