Intercultural Competence is a mindset/skill set that includes cultural self-understanding and understanding of others. It is more even an asset in diverse environments in an increasingly globalized world where we interact with people from different cultures, ethnicities, religions, race, socio-economic background, nationalities, etc. shaped by different values, beliefs, and experiences.
Each country celebrates Christmas with its own unique traditions.
Talking about the interconnection of intercultural dialogue and sustainable development, it means the open and respectful exchange of views between people and groups belonging to different cultures, in order to seek and re-invent more creative ways to live and develop together in well-being.
Georgia is a multilingual and multiethnic country. Recognition of minority languages and respect for their speakers contributes to social cohesion and enhances the in-country civic integration process.