Research and Discussion Papers

The Centre regularly publishes its research findings in professional journals and other publications, with the goal of contributing to the intercultural field of study. The following is the Centre's list of publications and discussion papers:

  • Centre for Intercultural Learning. “Evaluating Learning in the CIL Pre-departure Courses.” Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2005.
  • Centre for Intercultural Learning. “Learning Level Evaluation: Results of the Pre and Post-Course Questionnaires for Advancing Equality Between Women and Men (AEWM): Strengthening Project/Program Design and Operational Capacity for Canadian NGO's.” Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2009.
  • Centre for Intercultural Learning. “Staff Reintegration Following High Risk Missions: Good Practices Supporting International Development and Aid Workers.” Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2009.
  • Centre for Intercultural Learning. “Evaluating Transfer of Learning from the Centre for Intercultural Learning's Pre-Departure Training to the Field.” Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2010.
  • Hope-Simpson, Michael. “Strengthening International Development Projects and Programs through Effective Collaborations.” Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2010.
  • Kealey, Daniel J. “Research on Intercultural Effectiveness and its Relevance to Multicultural Crews in Space.” Paper presented to the Canadian Space Agency International Workshop on Group Interactions. Banff, Alberta: May 2002.
  • Kealey, Daniel, David Protheroe, Doug MacDonald, and Thomas Vulpe. "Instituting a Competency-Based Training Design and Evaluation System". Performance Improvement, ISPI, 42, 5 (May/June, 2003): 28-33.
  • Kealey, Daniel, Doug MacDonald, and Thomas Vulpe,. “Intercultural Competence and Its Relevance for International Diplomacy.” Published in the Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Intercultural Communication and Diplomacy (2004).
  • Kealey, Daniel, David Protheroe, Doug MacDonald, and Thomas Vulpe. “Re-examining the Role of Training in Contributing to International Project Success: A Literature Review and an Outline of a New Model Training Program.” International Journal of Intercultural Relations 29, 3 (May 2005): 289-316.
  • Kealey, Daniel, David Protheroe, Doug MacDonald, Thomas Vulpe. “International Projects: Some Lessons on Avoiding Failure and Maximizing Success.” Performance Improvement, ISPI, 45, 3 (March 2006): 38-46.
  • Kealey, Daniel J., and David R. Protheroe. Cross-Cultural Collaborations: Making North-South Cooperation More Effective. Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Centre for Intercultural Learning, Canadian Foreign Service Institute, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 1995.
  • Kealey, Daniel J. Cross-Cultural Effectiveness: A Study of Canadian Technical Advisors Overseas. 2nd ed. Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Centre for Intercultural Learning, Canadian Foreign Service Institute, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2001.
  • MacDonald, Doug. “Intercultural Effectiveness as a Competitive Advantage in Global Business”. Published in the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Magazine (May 2005).
  • Vulpe, Thomas. "Training for Intercultural Competence: Avoiding Failures in International Assignments." CERC News 132 (November/December 2004).
  • Vulpe, Thomas, Daniel Kealey, David Protheroe, and Doug MacDonald. A Profile of the Interculturally Effective Person. 2nd ed. Gatineau (Hull), Que.: Centre for Intercultural Learning, Canadian Foreign Service Institute, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, 2001.
  • White, Amanda. “Strengthening Intercultural Effectiveness among the Millennials.” Intercultural Management Quarterly 11, 2, (Spring 2010): 20-23.