The DIA-FCC project intents to inspire and to promote the capability of dialogical communication and behaviour based on theory and practice developed by David Bohm, Martin Buber, William Isaacs, Freeman Dhority, Martina and Johannes Hartkemeyer and others to initiate change processes. Dialogue in this sense aims at generation of greater shared understanding in common exploration. Goal of dialogue is to find common ground in appreciating people's diversity.
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The project is funded by the European Lifelong Learning GRUNDTVIG Programme, Multilateral Projects, aiming at the promotion of adult education. This publication reflects the views of the author only, and the European Commission or its services cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein