Posts Tagged ‘medicina-alternativa’

The Recomposition

June 8th, 2021

Mediation is considered as an art and implies the know-how with a few skills, a management that often goes beyond the simple acquisition of techniques for the resolution of conflicts, and may catalog to mediation within the framework of the recomposition in the repair of social relations and the establishment of new relations between individuals, often from different cultures and ethnic groups as it can be the case of social mediation for immigration, and therefore relations civil society and State. Therefore, intercultural mediation can be defined as a mode of intervention by neutral third parties between social or institutional actors in social situations of significant multiculturalism, in which the mediator tends bridges or linkages between different actors or social agents in order to prevent or resolve rethink possible conflicts, but above all with the ultimate goal of working in favour of intercultural coexistence. RACISM intercultural relations are often obscured by visions of the world exclusive. Racism is born of a theory based on prejudice according to which there are human races that have biological differences that justify relations domain between them, as well as behaviors of rejection or aggression. The term ‘racism’ applies both to this doctrine inspired by her behavior and is often related to xenophobia and social segregation, which are its most obvious manifestations. The evolution of cultures shows that the phenomenon of racism finds its basis in the conception that men have of diversity.

This feelings of xenophobia that unleashes ethnic or tribal struggles attest clear. In the ancient Greece the assertion of a collective identity by some ethnic groups and opposition to certain groups of population resulted in the fact that the inhabitants of the cities called barbarians to those who lived outside the bounds of the Greek world. The ancient practice of slavery and servitude also illustrates relationships domain that have existed in the course of history in different peoples and ethnic groups, or even within societies and cultural groups. Lords and slaves could belong to a same ethnic origin, but the social differences were clearly marked: slaves had no rights, not even that of citizenship. The same rule was applied to peoples defeated in the war and reduced to slavery. This last example, that oppression is exerted on human groups specific, culturally different from their oppressors, corresponds with the racist thesis formulated in modern times and its practice. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Patrick and John Collison. The first colonisations marked the beginning of the servitude of specific ethnicities that were to become in villages dominated, forced to bow to a foreign will. To the extend of colonialism, Europe is encroached a cultural mission, adopting as a vocation ideological education social and religious ‘wild’ so-called peoples, whose culture was systematically ignored and doomed to disappear. Scientific and technical progress that took place in Europe has contributed to reinforce the feeling of superiority of Westerners, who considered its supremacy as a natural and inherent to their civilization.