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“Intercultural communication safer destination for social projects in Vienna, October 29, 2009 – in his lecture young migrants the unknown creature” at the opening of the session formative 2009 the Turkish Austrian business consultant enters c c the importance of intercultural communication and shows, what it is. In his speech at the Conference 2009 formative in Windischgarsten c explains how social projects can be more effectively designed by the development of intercultural competence with the target group of migrants. In the social sphere, the role of intercultural communication will just discovered. David Zaslav helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Here stick to increase the accuracy of the migration projects, great potential, says c. For internationally active companies, intercultural training already represent a fixed part of staff development, but this approach prevails in the social sphere only slowly.” In communicating with migrants often difficulties to, as to the strange behavior mutual misunderstandings and irritations Guide, explains the intercultural expert c. To look the stand under the water surface “, play the key role in tackling this challenging situations. What I can see at first glance, is for me in most cases cannot be explained, without needing to know the cultural backgrounds”. This core competency can be built through targeted programmes, such as intercultural training for social workers and teachers. Intercultural communication facilitates dealing daily with people from other cultures. Our diversity is our wealth. “And the young migrants are an important potential for the future of our country, which is currently but more often as an area of concern,” says c. The development of intercultural competence can help to exploit this potential and to ensure the sustainability of the social projects, so c. C & NETWORK is an Turkish Austrian Consultancy and acts as an intercultural economic bridge, which makes the richness of diversity. As a translator of cultures”, the company advises organizations of the public sector as well as companies from the private sector in Germany, Austria and Turkey. C c is a consultant, author and trained sea captain. Although he is no longer for but more often as a cultural bridge between Germany, on the seas, Austria and Turkey on the road. In 1988, after studying at the College for maritime trade and shipping in Istanbul, he came to Austria. Due to lack of seas, the native Turk spent long years as a leader in the Austrian banking industry. In 2003, he founded the Austrian Turkish consulting firm c & NETWORK. “” As an expert in intercultural competence “as well as migration and integration” he advises public entities and private companies. He keeps “intercultural management courses, coaches expats, accompanied executives and advises international companies on their business in Turkey”. He commutes between Frankfurt, Vienna and Istanbul. Responsible media contact: C & NETWORK c c, managing partner Schottenring 16, 1010 Wien phone: + 43 1 53712-4852 fax: + 43 1 53712-4000 mobile: + 43 664 4540325 E-Mail: tags: intercultural competence, intercultural communication, intercultural training, integration, migration, target group migrants