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POSTPONED: HRSI Intercultural Sensitivity Training Workshop

Intercultural sensitivity
Saturday, March 21, 2020, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Update as of March 12 2020 

Dear All,

We are sorry to report that, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the workshop has been postponed until further notice. We're sorry for the inconvenience, but safety must come first. Please bear with us and we'll be back soon with more information. Thank you for your understanding and take care!




Human RightS Initiative is pleased to invite you to our Intercultural Sensitivity Training workshop.

This is a one-day long workshop which aims to provide participants with practical skills needed to operate better while encountering and working together with people from various cultural backgrounds. The workshop is recommended to those who have no or relatively little experience in intercultural communication. 

Deadline for registration: 15 March 2020, 11:59 pm

Goals of the training

  • Getting a good understanding of the key theories and concepts in the intercultural field
  • Being able to define how our own perceptions and cultural values influence attitude and behavior
  • Being aware of how culture forms an integral part of international communication
  • Being able to identify communication difficulties due to cultural differences
  • Having enhanced skills in intercultural communication


Dear Participant,
To prevent the possible transmission of the COVID-19 CEU asks you to follow these recommendations to protect yourself and others!
Good hygiene is the best prevention: wash your hands regularly and thoroughly (at least 20 seconds under running water using soap). If you cough or sneeze, please cover both mouth and nose with a tissue/your arm.
Also of importance:
* Participants should stay away from the event if they feel unwell
* Participants must stay away from the event and self-isolate for 14 days after coming back from any of the affected countries especially:
Specific lockdown areas in Northern Italy: Bertonico, Casalpusterlengo, Castelgerundo, Castiglione d’Adda, Codogno, Fombio, Maleo, San Fiorano, Somaglia, Terranova dei Passerini and Vo’ Euganeo
Special care zones in South Korea: Daegu and Cheongdo, Hubei province
* Hand-sanitizers are accessible in all common areas.
* CEU has posters around the building, along with information on our digital screens about hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette. We ask that you act accordingly!
Please, be aware that CEU cannot be responsible for providing health care for individuals not part of our CEU community.


CEU seeks to provide a safe and welcoming environment for everyone at social events and expects all attendees to conduct themselves in a respectful manner. Discrimination and/or harassment in any of its forms undermine the principle of equality and are inconsistent with CEU’s values. Violations of the CEU Equal Opportunity Policy or the CEU Policy on Harassment will be reviewed and sanctioned accordingly. If you are a victim or a witness of discriminatory or harassing behavior, do not hesitate to report.