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How is dignity understood in the Nepalese and Vietnamese contexts?

“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one …

Co-developing higher education in Nepal and Vietnam

DVINE-project promotes wellbeing, health, and dignity of people in Nepal and Vietnam by developing curricula and pedagogical approaches, as well as by building capacity …

Promoting Dignity – Curriculum Production and Online Cooperation

The DVINE project has passed its midpoint, and it is time to consider its workings and outline its future results. The most important DVINE …

Promoting Dignity Through Photovoice

The concept of dignity is at the core of DVINE-project. The definition of dignity ranges from universal human rights to a moral notion of …

Photos Generate New Insights – Community Development Course Experiences

I still remember, it was a day of November when the pleasant warmth of summer was fading but the bitter cold of winter was …

Inside the Realms of Education and Practice

How working in an interdisciplinary setting formed student Adwitiya Gurung’s ideas. Read about her journey with the DVINE project.

Teaching Materials for Studying Communication and Sign Language – graduation via project participation

Ilari Hietala graduated from Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Diak) in Finland from the field of Sign Language and Interpreting in the spring of 2020. His final thesis consisted of producing and analyzing the teaching materials used in the intensive courses held by the DVINE project. Read his thoughts about the journey and take a look at the videos produced.

Sign language and the importance of equal communication – also between professions

Read how student Aagya Shrestha in Kathmandu, Nepal perceived the experience of attending an intensive course organized by DVINE project. In addition to experiencing a multicultural and -professional setting, an idea of sign language as a feasible communication method was introduced.

Multi-professional cooperation: sharing knowledge and respect

Read a participant’s thoughts about attending DVINE’s intensive course in Kathmandu, and how working in simulations in a multicultural and multi-professional environment impacted the students.

Modes of teaching: Insights of teachers from different countries

A participant’s view on attending a multicultural, interdisciplinary intensive course in Nepal: how do the ideas about teaching differ in Nepal and other countries, and how interconnections between social work, microbiology and nursing can change perspectives and help a patient.