“Intercultural Dialogue as an Educational Tool in Higher Education” By Larisa Lebedeva and Alexey Zhdanov

The basic principle of intercultural interaction can be called a plurality of cultures, which we can understand as the active affirmation of cultural diversity and the rights for cultures and members therein to preserve their individuality. A unique problem in the modern world is the formation of tolerance as an active attitude on the basis of recognition for universal human rights and freedoms. The solution of this problem applies to education in large part.

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