This webtool invites you to take time to reflect on how Cultural Diversity, Intercultural Dialogue and ESD feature in your practice. Guidance notes have been developed to assist you with this task. In addition, you may wish to consult the draft "Cultural Diversity and Education for Sustainable Development" document. This maps some of the relationships between culture and ESD and which can be useful to understand what a 'good practice' in this area looks like.
The webtool also contains examples of how culture and ESD join-in practice - examples of good practice. The examples were collated through a dialogue process with stakeholders from around the globe. A call for participation together with a template to collect experiences was released in December 2010 (see template below). Over a period of four months case studies were selected and further developed to showcase the realities of working with ESD and Culture concepts and processes. These examples may assist in reviewing and shaping your own practice.
A call for participation to submit examples of where culture has been incorporated was sent out in December 2010. You will find documented in this website.
If you consider your project to be an example of good practice then please download the form, complete it, and send it via email to IRIS before 31 May 2011. Full contact details can be seen in the "Contacts" section of this website.