Respecting culture

Cultural respect is

  • making an effort to understand another person’s experience of being in the world
  • addressing potential barriers to relationship building
  • valuing and respecting cultural differences
  • promoting respect among members of different cultures
  • upholding the legitimate cultural rights, practices, values, and expectations of children in care
  • supporting individual children in care to maintain, protect, and develop their culture and to respect the culture of others
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