First published in French on Dec., 8th 2018
On December 10th, the 70th anniversary of the adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be celebrated. However, the common ideal of the authors of the Declaration no longer seems to be necessarily a shared horizon: international fora such as the United Nations are regularly criticized; universalism is questioned in the name of cultural relativism. In an international context with strong downturns, does interculturality offer the same relevance as at the dawn of the 2000s?
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