Intercultural Citizenship Test
Interculturalism is about understanding that well-managed diversity and positive interaction between different cultures can be an advantage. It moves beyond simply accepting different cultures and celebrates both the differences and similarities between them as something that can make communities stronger.
This of course does not mean that it is only about praising new or stranger cultures, but also about honouring traditional and local sides of culture. It is all about the relationship between these, and the many aspects that make up a community. These could be but are not limited to, nationality, ethnic origin, language, gender identity and sexual orientation, and religious beliefs.
The Intercultural Citizenship Test is available in several languages. To access the language versions, please follow the link and use the dropdown menu in the upper right corner of the page of the Test.
The Intercultural Citizenship Test can be taken online. The test is also possible to use in face-to-face meetings in small groups, such as in schools, universities, workplaces, and many more. For these situations, the test is also accompanied by a facilitator guide which offers further guidance and topics for discussions.
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