Pedagogy at the heart of intercultural cooperation


In 1990-91, during the Gulf War, Corine Navarro lived in a hall of residence of the University of Exeter housing students from all over the world, from different companies involved in the conflict: an enriching exercise in learning about the common values of the different cultures in the world.

In parallel with her professional involvement, she joined the Junior Chamber International, the "first movement for training young people to take responsibility for positive change". She was able to add transmission to action and steering. In this context of intercultural humanism, she learned about design, development and teaching.