We Need to Talk: Measuring Intercultural Dialogue for Peace and Inclusion

Sharing core norms and values
Mar 08, 2024 | UNESCO

Analysing the data from the UNESCO Framework for Enabling Intercultural Dialogue, this article presents the structures, processes and values needed to support
intercultural dialogue, and examines the dynamics and interlinkages between them to reveal the substantial benefits that investment in dialogue can bring for peace, conflict
prevention and non-fragility, and human rights. Building upon ground-breaking data, the report highlights key policy and intervention opportunities for Intercultural Dialogue as
an instrument for inclusion and peace, presenting case studies from high-performing countries in each of UNESCO’s regions, and reflections by experts on the implications of
the data for supporting dialogue processes through education, culture and the arts, political negotiation, media, information technologies, and urban governance.


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