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On Xenophobia

We can observe the return of the xenophobic ghost in the news headlines from time to time and throughout history. Mostly flared by politicians for political gain. Xenophobia is however a global issue. Let's reflect on some of its aspects.

On Xenophobia
Inequality is a global theme, so is the solution.Inequality is for the most part ‘inequality of opportunity’.And what about the ‘inequality of culture’?Shift the paradigm from ‘inequality’ to ‘interdependency’The 'inequality of convenience'Interdependency implies shared responsibility
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