The Sharing Perspectives Foundation has developed a virtual exchange pedagogy for students at higher education institutions that promotes discussion and study of current socio-political issues that go beyond national and/or cultural boundaries, such as the European economic crisis in 2013-14; youth political engagement in 2015-16; or the refugee crisis in 2017-18. Through this virtual exchange format students from different countries follow one course together online. The format includes providing expert academic content; enabling the exchange of ideas and perspectives through dialogue in a video-conference room; and facilitating an interactive assignment that brings the online experience to the students’ offline reality. The development of transversal skills during the virtual exchange is measured through a parallel evaluation processes.


Watch this space for updates on our 2019 COURSE ON POPULISM

A new wave of anti-establishment politics that claims to speak for the people is growing in power. Taking an often nationalist agenda, their policies are reshaping our relationship to neighbouring countries and cultures.…

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Newcomers and Nationalism

Exploring the Challenges of Belonging in Diverse Societies

>>  Register now! <<  This  Interactive Open Online Course invites youth from all over Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to learn together in an interactive, intercultural, online classroom. Start date: March 11, 2019 / Duration: 10 weeks / Application deadline: February 24, 2019 

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Sharing Perspectives on 2018

With the end of 2018 in sight, we want to provide you with an opportunity to reflect on some of the big questions of the past year. Join us in this Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange, for an intercultural experience with youth from all over Europe and the Southern Mediterranean.…

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Countering Hate Speech

This Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange will take participants on an interactive, action-oriented journey on countering hate speech in Europe.

What are the various forms hate speech is taking? What are the causes and consequences of hate speech at the individual and societal level?…

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