As a former student of intercultural communication and cultural project management I was confronted with several theories and models during my studies: about forms of inter- and transculturality, language, communication and social power structures within societies. No doubt, I loved it.
However, my fellow students and me were always thriving to go beyond the formal and technical context. This is also what is kind of expected from you if you want to start working within intercultural fields, whatever branch it might be. And it can be also the most exciting part.
So when I came across INSPIRIT through IBG, a close German partner organisation of INEX-SDA, I thought it would be an ideal opportunity for me as a student to get in touch with non-formal education.