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Comparing aspects of multiculturalism and interculturalism as inseparable elements of integration process

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Comparing aspects of multiculturalism and interculturalism as inseparable elements of integration process

  1. 1. Comparing aspects of multiculturalism and interculturalism as inseparable elements of integration process Petr Potchinchtchikov, Art Promotion Center, Finland Presentation at the workshop “Culture, identity and multiculturalism” International conference „Integration Challenges in a Radicalizing World“ 29 – 30 November 2016, Tallinn, Estonia
  2. 2. WHO IS MR. P.? Petr Potchinchtchikovis an entrepreneur and cultural producer. Petr is specializing in cultural localization, and works as a project coordinator for a multicultural roof organization, freelance moderator and facilitator. He also works as expert for Art Promotion Center Finland (member of National Council for Interdisciplinary Art, Diversity and International Activities; chairperson of Subcommittee for multiculturalism). Previously Petr has worked as executive manager of FARO – Finnish Association of Russian-speaking Organizations, and in The Culture for All Service Finland.
  3. 3. ..and what is he going to talk about? The presentation will deal with the questions of multuculturalism and interculturalitybased on experience of being involved in a number of integration activities in Finland over the span of over 20 years, as an expert and a Russian-speaker who is integrating into Finnish society since 1994. I will highlight some general questions of integration, such as language learning, the image of migrants integrating in the society, distance of integrating cultures, specifics of second and third generation, and present them both from the perspective of the society, and of migrant group – in this particular case Russian-speakers in Finland.
  4. 4. TERMS&CONDITIONS Multuculturalism and Interculturality Diversity Accesibility Integration Inclusion (or exclusion) Identity Culture Communication Immigrant
  5. 5. Multiculturalism, case Finland
  6. 6. The ”victim syndrome”
  7. 7. Language as a key to successful integration
  8. 8. What about those?
  9. 9. Orientation > Motivation
  10. 10. Case ”russianspeakers”
  11. 11. MEDIA
  12. 12. russian as mothertongue
  13. 13. those russians...
  14. 14. THANK YOU VERY MANY!
  15. 15. For more conference materials and presentations please visit www.misakonverents.ee

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