On arrival at the conference, participants received a program and handbook. You can download them here as pdf. After the conference, all active participants were invited to  contribute to the proceedings, which are set out below. The format for contributions was provided in a template document in word or pdf. Selected proceedings papers will be invited for further revision and publication in a special issue of the European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management.  All proceedings contributions were presented live at the conference, and all contributions to the journal issue will have been published in the proceedings.

Proceedings of the Conference on Applied Interculturality Research (cAIR10)
Graz, Austria, 7-10 April 2010 --- edited by Richard Parncutt and Martina Koegeler
To see the abstracts of all proceedings contributions in one pdf file, click here.

World Day of Prayer – a global ecumenical player in intercultural understanding 

Ulrike Bechmann (University of Graz, Austria) pdf
The representation of time among different cultures and musical systems Erica Bisesi and Bernd Brabec de Mori (University of Graz, Austria)

Researching difference to inform local policy: Outcomes from a partnership project

Ruth Boyask (University of Plymouth, UK)
Arnet Donkin (City of Plymouth, UK)
Sue Waite 
(University of Plymouth, UK)
Hazel Lawson (University of Exeter, UK)
Deadly symbiosis: How school exclusions and youth crime interweave Matt Clement (Open University, UK) pdf

Cultural meaning systems of learning and their influences in the international university context

Marieke C. van Egmond (Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences)
Alexis L. Rossi, Ulrich Kühnen, Frank Haber, Stefanie Kuschel, Amina Özelsel, Youlia Spivak (
Jacobs University Bremen) 
Intercultural confidence at university
Farida Fozdar (Murdoch University, Australia)
Simone Volet (Murdoch University, Australia)
The Traveller Economic Inclusion Project: An inclusive and intercultural approach to research combining policy, practice and community in action research
Margaret Greenfields (Buckinghamshire New University, UK)
Andrew Ryder (Traveller Economic Inclusion Project, UK)
Building organic capacities: The pepper in the melting pot Maiada Gassan Hadaia (Austrian Agency for International Cooperation and Research, Vienna) pdf
Applied ethnomusicology as an intercultural tool: Some experiences from the last 25 years of minority research in Austria Ursula Hemetek (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria)
India is my country but the world is my home: Transculturality through literature
Manju Jaidka (Panjab University, Chandigarh, India) pdf
Race, genes, and racism Ulrich Kattmann (University of Oldenburg, Germany) pdf
The impact of intercultural competence on Franco-German business relations
Gottfried Klein (CultureCom ,Wiesbaden, Germany)
Angelica Rieger (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
Anna Schumacher (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
The Educating City: An intercultural approach through social-educational mediation processes
Joana Lúcio (University of Porto, Portugal)
How to manage Eastern and Western Christians successfully in one organization?
Barbara Mazur (Technical University of Białystok, Poland)
Krzysztof Bargłowski (ABW SUPERBRUK, Białystok, Poland)
Neuland: Bringing refugees and Austrian residents together
Margerita Piatti (Caritas Vienna; Mobile Flüchtlingsbetreuung Wiener Neustadt, Austria)
Thomas Schmidinger, (University of Vienna, Austria)
Transcultural School Social Work Practice Sharon Schneider and Nigar Isikas (Zick-Zack, Aqua Mühle Frastanz, Austria) pdf
Intercultural competence in professional contexts Joke Simons and Yunsy Krols (Mechelen University College, Belgium)
Developing children’s awareness and knowledge of cultural diversity
Ronan Ward (Education Department, St. Patrick‘s College, Dublin, Ireland)