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by: EUMC,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

The EUMC analyses the situation regarding racism and xenophobia in the 25 EU Member States covering the year 2005. In its report, the EUMC highlights that most Member States lack the necessary data to monitor potential socio-economic inequalities between different ethnic/national groups. As a result, some groups may experience victimisation and discrimination without adequate response from the state. The report presents an overview in five key areas – racist violence and crime, employment, education, housing and legislation. Selected examples of ‘good practice’ initiatives from the Member States are inserted throughout the report.more....

by: EUMC,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

This publication is an update of the May 2006 version with new statistical data. The EUMC collects since 2000 regularly all available data and information on racism and xenophobia in the EU Member States and has since 2002 a special focus on antisemitism. In March 2004, the EUMC presented to the European Parliament an extensive report on antisemitism in the then 15 EU Member States, which is also available on the EUMC website.more....

by: Dr. V. H. Manek Kirpalani, Dr. Leif Thomas Olsen,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

Increased communication speed and its constantly decreasing costs, coupled with the Internet highway and the flow of information technology have resulted in more direct communication between head offices and subsidiaries, emigrants / immigrants and their original home bases, and by the flow of global promotion of products and services, and of global news via established outlets such as CNN and BBC World, as well as more recent additions, such as Al Jazeera and Russia Today.more....

by: EUMC,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

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by: EUMC,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

Some 120 journalists and media practitioners from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East met in Vienna on 22 and 23 May 2006 to discuss the influence of media on intercultural relations and racism. Topics under discussion included improving reporting standards and accountability of journalists; self-regulation policies in the EU and in South-Mediterranean countries; impact of media reporting on ethnic and religious minorities; negative stereotyping; balancing freedom of expression with protection from hate speech; and making better use of expertise and experience of ethnic minority organisations.more....

by: Finn Drouet Majlergaard,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence


How come that companies, who have been doing business internationally for decades suddenly fail? And how come that companies who wouldn't have had a chance 25 years ago suddenly become a global success?

This paper deals with the links between cultural awareness, corporate strategy and performance. It is based on my 15 years of experience in international business management, academic research in this field and experiences from our company Gugin, who helps corporations in Europe, US and Asia improving their international businesses.

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by: UNESCO,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

The Declaration was born of the wish of the Member States to define a standard-setting instrument, in the context of Globalization, for the elaboration of their national cultural policies, while respecting international rules and fundamental rights. more....

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