Managing Diversity in Europe

Intercultural concepts address two or more different parts – by definition. And apparently, these differences must be managed, because we are not used to deal with ‘the different’. This may be because almost every one of us was brought up and educated using sameness as a means to define ‘they and us’ and sometimes even ‘good and bad’. This kind of identity formation may lead to mono-cultures that define themselves as superior to anyone who ‘lacks’ one or more features that define the dominant group. Continue reading