Intercultural communication

The third and the most far-reaching power of education is its ability to create, develop and support intercultural communication.

Making children aware of the culture and curious about different cultures must be one of the main goals in our schools. So children can:

🎓 discover and develop cross-cultural competencies,
🎓 understand diversity,
🎓 be able to work with people from different backgrounds,
🎓 succeed in life and flourish in their careers.

👉 And of course, to shape a global society.

✍️ Would you add something to this list?

⬇ Read more on the above by our founder Iwona J. Fluda here.


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