This book examines how intercultural dialogue can channel conflict to bring about positive changes as long as the rules of respect for others and the democratic debate are preserved. Discussing the cultural aspects that set people apart leads to mutual understanding and can reduce the potential of conflict to degenerate into violence. It also enables individuals to approach one another with their own identities and gain a more realistic attitude towards the identity of the other.
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Violence, conflict and intercultural dialogue