Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

 

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

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The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

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We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

 

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

 

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

 

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

 

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

 

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs

The Six Degrees of Integration

 

Famously it is said that there are just ‘six degrees of separation’ between any two individuals on the planet – from a newborn child in the most isolated tribe of the Amazon to Queen Elizabeth. Sadly misunderstanding and strife dominate our world and its politics, and there is now an urgent need for understanding and connection.

 

The Six Degrees of Integration: are six steps or degree shifts in our behaviour patterns that will bring us closer to having a more diverse and integrated social circle. We need to transcend the six degrees of separation together and move us towards lives connected by six degrees of integration.

 

Because the world is separate enough.

Other (noun)
A person of a marginalised
or excluded group or demographic
within society.

Otherism (noun)
A conscious or unconscious bias that is formed through ignorance or conditioning that results in beliefs or actions that exclude individuals or groups deemed different or ‘other’.

Otherise or otherising (verb) 
To exclude or facilitate the exclusion of an individual or group through action or inaction.

Otherising happens by our brains making incredibly quick judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. Our ISMs are influenced by our background, culture and personal experiences.

 

We are not all perfect, to end ISMs, we need to be conscious of it. Challenge your ISMs