International Creactive Week

Every year, the International Relations Office organises a range of virtual and in-person activities fostering internationalisation at home policy.  From 6th to 11th November, within The International Creactive Week, ICN invited partner universities to exchange and sensibilize students to diversity in the workspace and sustainable development.

The International Creactive Club

Who are those partner universities? All of them are members of International creactive partner club (ICPC Club), which share our main values of

  • transdisciplinarity
  • inclusion
  • creativity
  • innovation
  • and commitment.

Find out more about the club members below 👇

Embracing diversity and Inclusion

The week was punctuated by lectures given by teachers and guest speakers. During this year edition, we had a chance to participate in the conference "Interculturality in workspaces" presented by Professors Aicha OUMESSAOUD and Louise COLLING.

Together with our professors and partner universities, we learnt that the Interculturality in workspaces is a valuable asset that brings numerous benefits to individuals and organizations.

By embracing diversity and inclusion, organizations can foster creativity, innovation, and a strong work culture. The exchange of ideas and practices among individuals from different cultures leads to personal and professional growth

Creativity and innovation

Additionally, interculturality enables the building of global networks, opening doors to new opportunities and collaborations, engaged reputation. Embracing interculturality is not only essential for success in today's globalized world but also for creating a more inclusive and harmonious society.

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