Global Diversity: Six Regional Perspectives on Diversity – Europe

The European Union has been in an integration process since its creation after World War II. Fascist regimes in some countries and the rion curtain next to other reasons prevent  a common cultural ground can be assumed for Europe as a whole.

“When dealing with people from European countries, it is therefore important to consider their cultural traits while at the same time avoiding the stereotypes associated with that culture. While “diversity” is a characteristic of Europe, the “concept of diversity” has not yet been discovered by many of its citizens. A shared or common “European identity” is still developing and is emerging in the climate of globalization and the bringing together of all peoples around the world.” said Michael Stuber in “Global Diversity: Six Regional Perspectives on Diversity – Europe” published in The Diversity Factor Volume 12, No 4. You can read the article here.