Submit a Post Submit a Post


Our world is rich in different cultures, customs and traditions. Isn’t it exactly this diversity that makes our planet so beautiful?

Most cultural practices and landmarks are tied to a certain place or a certain people and are often intertwined with the local history. Some cultural customs are only practiced by a very small group of people and are therefore at risk to be forgotten and extinct - an example is customs of some indigenous peoples. Other cultural customs transgress the place where they originated from and become popular around the world - the increased global access to the Internet reinforces this development.

Be it music, cinema, art, dance, food, fashion or language, young people are often at the forefront when it comes to new developments in these areas. At the same time, young people are the ones that preserve ancient traditions by receiving cultural wisdom from the previous generation and passing it on to the next one.

An increasingly globalized and interconnected world allows us to experience and enjoy the beauty of cultural diversity like never before. At the same time, cultures sometimes clash - new and unknown cultural customs can lead to anxiety among native populations and create fears. As open-minded international young people, it’s our duty to serve as bridges for dialogue between different cultures and dismantle fears by raising awareness about the benefits of multiculturalism!

Researching issues connected to culture, you might want to check out these resources:

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Culture

UN Alliance of Civilization - Programmes and Projects

Center for Intercultural Dialogue - Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue

Open Culture - The Big List of Culture Blogs (old but still a great list!)


Young enough to know, Old enough to act, Understanding what the world has lost, To set the reviva...

read more

Bright minds with humane hearts

The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a historical document and it marked a ch...

read more

Plea Bargaining: A Broken System

Currently, in the criminal justice system, people like Shanta Sweatt are overlooked and ignored. Swe...

read more

Are you searching for the path to success?

Sometimes, we want to change but we don't know how, we are tired of living this life in the minority...

read more

Toxic people

“People inspire you, or they drain you—pick them wisely.” – Hans F. HansenThis post is from a person...

read more

Patience: good things come to those who wait

Patience is a virtue. Whoever came up with that phrase probably decided to have their hair dreadlock...

read more


Education teach manners before lessonswell said,youth is the futureof course it is,but what about ki...

read more

Defining the Indefinable

You each have a different definition.You are at once the beholder and the sight.But in a blend of br...

read more

Dream Dreams, Drum Drums

i. Life emerges Amongst the cindered Silvered singes of ashes Gun shots sound But we sound louder ii...

read more

Polluted still pure

Like polluted river,still satisfying thirst of everyone,Like deserted earth,still providing shelter...

read more

show more