Co-create, learning to live and work together
for Pacific Coexistence
Migration is here to stay and it brings about substance for enhancing many archetypes of good socialization.
Cohabitation with newcomers is based first and foremost on acceptance and tolerance.
Social context is where we learn the right cognitive, social or emotional skills to work and live together.
It should engender leniency to induce continuous learning of the realm of co-existence and practices for the appropriation of societal interrelations in an atmosphere of open-mindedness; an asset to good integration for a multicultural society.
Context is therefore the main agent of potential change because the larger system is not always mindful of the local people’s inner wishes.
The adoption of new educational paradigms and curricula is critical to questioning old theories, policies and practices in order to turn the world into a sanctum of peace and tolerance.
It helps internalize and retransform social occurrences into structural and psychological resources which reorganize reality after its analysis and re-appropriation.
Thus, in the long run, cultural plurality turns out to be a blessing for communities.
Professeure agrégée since 1997, the author has great interest in social science.
As a long-established researcher and educational scientist, she focuses on school quality and efficiency, management, policy making, ethnography.
She is eager to scrutinize systems in order to pinpoint challenging schemes which elucidation can bring about innovation.