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June 24, 2004

Understanding the Intercultural Experience

The Japan Intercultural Institute (JII) will host a Mini Summer Seminar on July 25th at Rikkyo University in Tokyo on the theme, "Understanding the Intercultural Experience." This half-day seminar will present an overview of fundamental concepts which underlie the theory and practice of intercultural education. It is intended for those who have an interest in intercultural communication, cultural difference and cultural learning, but who may not have extensive training in this area. It provides an introduction to intercultural theory and serves as a foundation for later more specialized training. The seminar will be interactive, and participants will be expected to share their insights and experiences. Seminar materials will be presented in English, with discussion in both English and Japanese.

JII is a non-profit institute supporting education and career development for intercultural professionals such as intercultural trainers, language teachers, intercultural educators, and those working in international business.
JII Web site | Mini Summer Seminar details

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