Enabling cross-cultural fertilization

Promoting activities to interpret, strengthen, and enrich the common cultural fabric. The effect is to help different cultures find a common ground and produce a unifying effect.
An integral part of interpreting unlimited responsibility to provide common symbols and perspectives for individuals to act out their lives in a comprehensive context of responsible global stewardship.
Tactics include: art forms to deepen the life experience through the radical otherness of the artefacts and forms of other cultures; mythology study to enrich the cultural dimension through study of the images of individual worth and the roles he plays in society; community patterns to inform and better one's own society by study; wisdom research to create a destinal image of a culture through examination of the philosophical humanities and their existential interpretation of the society; and language study to enrich the experience of one's own society by studying the linguistic paradigms of other cultures. An example is that women's jewellery has become more beautiful through people travelling and getting ideas from different cultures.
Type Classification:
C: Cross-sectoral strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 4: Quality Education