The changing reality
The world is changing faster than our ways of thinking. While I was raised in an almost entirely monocultural setting myself, my kids will have a different story to tell. They have travelled the world with us from Belgian to Africa, to Asia and back to Belgium. Back in Belgium they enter public schools where in many cases diversity is a given. When using public transport in my city, diversity is all around.
Tips & tricks
2. Tackle conflict and build a common culture Learn to handle conflicts. Among diverse groups, whether of age, geography or cultural background, conflict will arise and you must become skilled in dealing with it.
3. Communicate regularly with others to unify
Sharing thoughts, feelings and rationale will help unify people from different backgrounds. Being upfront about the situation and involving people as much as possible in decision making engenders a sense of inclusion and will ensure everyone feels part of the same team.
4. Set an example
Start with yourself! Set an example in intercultural dialogue!
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