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MDCI partnered up with Olai (integration office) to announce their project “Innovative tools to build a bridge across the cultural divide” in a press release published on Monday, 11 September.
Funded by Amif (the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund), the project targets members of Olai’s “welcome and integration contract” (CAI), whether that be trainers working within the CAI, or third-country nationals who signed the CAI.
The training will consist of a measurement of one’s own cultural profile and of practical tools that can be applied to bridge cultural differences with others. Hofstede Centre-certified intercultural experts will provide training, with the aim to improve cultural diversity on three levels: understanding one’s own cultural preferences, understanding cultural preferences of others and working with people from different cultural backgrounds.
To allow a maximum of people to attend, the session will be held over a period of six months, starting on Wednesday, 18 October. To register and to see which dates are free, please visit mdci.lu.