multiculturalism


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the doctrine that several different cultures (rather than one national culture) can coexist peacefully and equitably in a single country

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Speaking afterwards, Consul General of Azerbaijan in Los Angeles and Dean of the Los Angeles Consular Corps Nasimi Aghayev thanked the LDS Church for hosting this momentous celebration of multiculturalism, which, he said, was indicative of the Church's strong commitment to multi-faith and multicultural tolerance and harmony.
The Empowering Cultural Diversity in the Classroom project will develop an education program catered to both students and educators focusing on lessons from past atrocities, Canadas positive contributions to human rights, and the importance of multiculturalism and a healthy democracy in preventing prejudice and xenophobia.
The idea of multiculturalism in contemporary political philosophy is about how to understand and respond to the challenges associated with cultural and religious diversity".
Chin takes aim at factions on the left and the right as they confront the topic of European multiculturalism.
As we consider the issues of multiculturalism today, "Understanding Multiculturalism" offers new approaches to understanding multiculturalism in Central Europe freed of the effects of politically exploited concepts of social spaces.
Despite challenges due to the instability of the area and unresolved armed conflict with neighboring Armenia for the control of Nagorno-Karabakh, Baku has made an effort to create and foster the necessary political and social conditions for developing and strengthening the country's traditions of multiculturalism and tolerance.
Shibao Guo and Lloyd Wong's edited collection of essays in Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada is a refreshing examination of the meaning and implications of the policy in the country today.
Multiculturalism as a priority of the state began, of course, as a critique of theories and doctrines of assimilation or integration that either denied status to the group membership of individuals ("difference blindness") or sought to reserve the public sphere as the space of equal citizens, relegating group affinities, especially religious belief, to a private ethical domain.
Multiculturalism became a mode of reasoning through which problematic "others" could be managed and included in the Canadian social fabric in a limited sense.
During the inauguration speech, Azerbaijan President Aliyev also stressed intercultural dialogue and multiculturalism in his country.
The biblical tale of King Nimrod, described as the grandson of Noah and master of a distantly ancient world, is poignantly relevant to the course of scholarly labor on the concepts of multiculturalism and multicultural education.
Fortunately, a growing body of educators is rising to challenge the ingrained "assimilation," appealing to public education to foster multiculturalism within schools.
The article was unequivocal in its criticism of multiculturalism and its effect on British society.
It's no surprise that Lord Ashcroft's poll has been welcomed by many; and that a number of commentators have warned that politicians, and in particular the Conservative Party, need to accept that the battle against multiculturalism has been lost.
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