It’s official – multicultural experience is good for business

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Columbia Business School finds people with multicultural experiences are more creative
It’s official, embracing alternative cultures is not just good for society – it’s good for business! Research from Columbia Business School has found that one way to enhance creativity is to immerse yourself in a multicultural experience.

Experts admitted what most of us could have guessed – that people who have experienced other cultures have the openness and cognitive flexibility to make an organisation more creative. Experiencing other cultures increases our overall openness to new perspectives and brings a new dynamic and outlook to business.

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Week against racismHand in Hand For Diversity!

Diversity is integral to our culture, it enriches our societies and economies and drives us to think more broadly and to respect our differences. Saturday 21st  March is the International Day for the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination.
Every year the UN urge NGOs, community organisations, schools and local councils to take a stand against racism by organising activities, supporting others, or spreading the message to encourage others to stand hand in hand for diversity.  
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