This electronic quarterly features interviews and articles on a variety of intercultural topics and events. Intercultures is published by the Centre for Intercultural Learning.
About the Centre for Intercultural Learning
For 40 years, the Centre for Intercultural Learning has been preparing Canadians for assignments abroad. The Centre was established in 1969 by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and in 1996 was incorporated into the Canadian Foreign Service Institute of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada which is internationally recognized in the area of training.
The thousands of people served each year by the Centre come from government departments and agencies, NGOs and a growing number of private sector enterprises with international involvement.
The Intercultures Team (Volume 7, Number 2)
- Raymond Séguin
- Sandy Newton (English)
- Fodé Beaudet
- Heather Johnston
- Heather MacKinnon
- Suzanne Montford
- Martin Richer
Special thanks to:
- Ahmed Ahmed
- Chris Alexander
- Alexis Crow
- Giacomo Rambaldi
Intercultures provides a forum for exploring the many aspects of intercultural issues that affect all international endeavours.
The views and opinions presented in no way reflect the official policy or opinions of the Government of Canada, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada or the Centre for Intercultural Learning.
Intercultures is published electronically every quarter in English and French and distributed free of charge by the Centre for Intercultural Learning, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada.