Join ALDA on the 27th September for the CRISCO international conference in Strasbourg: “Prejudices and precarious individual situations”
Prejudices and precarious individual situations prominently play a negative influence in how citizens treat one, thus further contributed to the fragmentation of society. Prejudices and stereotypes often lead to forms of discrimination which affects key areas of an individual’s social and economic life by it limiting their access and experience in work, in educations and in access the services within a society.
Citizens and social groups who experience discrimination are often deterred from successfully integrating into society, opting to remain in a separate socio-demographic group with limited involvement in the local social environment.
As a consequence of this segregation, social cohesion and successful integration within a community are hindered. Therefore, tackling and eliminating the various issues and elements of prejudices and precarious individual situations cosmopolitan cities will be able to establish a better intercultural dialogue and level of understanding.