with a more complex
The exchange between cultures has existed throughout human history. However, the phenomenon of multiculturalism has acquired new dimensions as our societies have become more complex. Large-scale migration and mobility phenomena, globalization and hyperconnectedness - facilitated by new technologies - have led to people from different backgrounds entering contact and interacting on a daily basis, and even living together in the same professional, family or friendship environment...
In this context, the following challenges arise:
spaces to build conversations that lead to mutual understanding and the reinforcement of social bonds. Encourage mediation to resolve conflicts and disagreements.
Coexistence and cohesion
Enhancing the value of
discourses (media, political, pedagogical, scientific...) that contribute to coexistence and social cohesion.
development and equality
the development of all peoples and guarantee peace, justice and freedoms. To eradicate inequalities based on ethnicity, religion, ideology, gender, age...
the role of citizens as protagonists of public life, capable of finding solutions for the common good.
Natural law and ethics
the existence of a natural law, as well as the idea that there is a universal ethic as an antidote to cultural relativism.