Sharing core norms and values

Sharing the norms and values that enable global coexistence, while respecting cultural differences - because respect for core values and universal norms allows us to live in harmony, while appreciation of cultural diversity enriches our understanding.

Many countries are experiencing a breakdown in trust in public institutions. In this paper for the World Economic Forum’s Arts and Culture Agenda, David Skorton of the Smithsonian Institution explores ways to repair this trust. He suggests that cultural institutions and... Read More

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