Interculturism relates to interactions involving, or representing, people of different cultures.  So how we personally perceive and respond to such perceived difference is at the heart of intercultural work.

Differences can include interacting with people of different religious, ethnic or national heritage, as well as those of multi-heritage. We include those belonging to different social groups, professional or sexual orientation.

Meryna invites participants to define themselves according to whatever culture that feels most relevant to them.