The Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts, is delighted to invite scholars and researchers to participate in the IAIE Conference (International Association for Intercultural Education): “Intercultural Education in an Age of Information and Disinformation.” The conference will take place at the Kibbutzim College of Education in Tel Aviv, Israel, in collaboration with the MOFET Institute and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, from June 27th to 30th, 2021.

International Association for Intercultural Education
(IAIE) 2021

Intercultural Education in an Age of Information and Disinformation

June 27-30, 2021 | Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts, Tel Aviv, Israel


The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought new challenges and rapid changes, which have initiated extensive discussion on key social and educational concepts, such as, racism, equity, nationality, empathy, diversity, and technology. These concepts form a basis for discourse on their role in intercultural education. In this conference, we will discuss a variety of topics relevant to the new global situation, among other intercultural topics.
The conference includes the following strands:
  • Peace Education
  • Cooperative and Collaborative Learning in Multicultural Settings
  • Using Assistive Technology (AT) to Promote Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in an Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Language Awareness
  • Educational Assessment Suitable for the Multicultural Era of the 21st Century
  • History Education and Multiculturality
  • Democracy and Mutual Life
  • Technology to Promote Globalization & Intercultural Education
  • Intercultural Competence: Policies and Innovative Practices
  • Empathy & Gender
  • Diverse Academia
  • Ecohumanism and the Challenges of Cultural and Environmental Sustainability
  • Religious Education, Immigration and Interreligious Education
* Detailed information about each strand is presented on the conference website:


Submission dates: July 15 – October 25, 2020
Notification of acceptance: December 15, 2020


A proposal needs to choose one of the above strands and one of the following formats:
  • Lecture
  • Online lecture
  • Discussion Panel
  • Workshop
  • Poster
  • Round Table
  • Field Trip


Before you submit your abstract, please register on the submission system, EasyChair. The abstract should be written in English and include:
  • 300-400 words (not including references)
  • 3-5 keywords
  • 3-5 bibliographical references
The best paper from each strand (chosen by the Strand Chair) will be published in a special issue of the academic journal, Intercultural Education. There are also plans to publish the abstracts in conference proceedings for each strand.


Kibbutzim College of Education is located in the heart of Tel Aviv, the economic and cultural heartbeat of the country. Tel Aviv is cosmopolitan, young, and vibrant, with many leisure time options: theatres, museums, markets, cafes, and gourmet restaurants, as well as, of course, its glorious beaches and boardwalk. Tel Aviv is also a UNESCO world heritage site, thanks to its distinctive architecture being carefully preserved and restored: truly a city with something for everyone.
People who won’t be able to come to Israel will still have the option to present and participate online.


IAIE Organization:
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Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts: Tel Aviv City Tourism:


Looking Forward to Welcoming You!

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