v.k. , Jabalpur MP 08/28/12
Every person born on the earth is inherently a world citizen. One need not leavce his identity behind . Multi-culturalism concept is different than what the author tells.
There is a fashion now a days to say something startling and divert the young generations unripe minds towards some thing which may take them no where.
I only had a glance of the pasper. I dont agree with basic ides, if it means so.
VENKATA , London 08/02/12
EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY
THIS IS GREAT ARTICLE AND INNOVATIVE - WHAT I AM THINKING ABOUT SOCIETY- THE SAME I FOUND IN THIS ARTICLE
Tofarati , Lagos firstname.lastname@example.org 06/16/12
Thanks for educating me.
Father , Entebbe Ug email@example.com 04/19/12
I have enjoyed the article and learnt a lot as a student of Counselling Psychology Nkozi University, Kisubi Campus. may God bless you a bundantly.
Thanks a bunch.
Kushan Fernando , Colombo firstname.lastname@example.org 11/01/11
A scholastic vision on multiculturalism
Thanks should go to the responsible who made this invaluable article available on line.The contents of this piece of writing unequivocally widen the horizons of knowledge and it lucidly explains the rhythm of multiculturalism and its role towards the global citizenship in the future.
Erana , Auckland 10/12/10
Such a helpful article. It is difficult to paraphrase such concise and insightful writing, thankyou very much.
Oscar , Seattle WA 09/12/02
Thank you for making this article available on line. I really enjoyed it as it provided me with insightful thoughts on what it means to develop such identity. Good for my research.