All of us are part of something of greater importance and necessity; something we depict in our mundane lives. Our unique cultural identity and self-definition is formed by our knowledge, experiences, beliefs, and values. Nowadays we are privileged to witness cultural diversification frequently. For example, greeting gestures vary from person to person; from a wave, bow, handshake, nod, a bob, to tipping of the hat, these are just some of the various ways people differ.
The World Day of Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, 21st May, is specifically celebrated annually to remind people of the importance of intercultural dialogue, diversity and inclusion; build a world community of individuals committed to support diversity with real and every day-life gestures and; improve understanding and cooperation among people from different cultures.