Swinburne Vietnam Intercultural Camp
The Swinburne Vietnam Intercultural Camp is a 2-day, 1-night event organized to create a cross-cultural environment that explores the traditional culture of the Cơ Tu community. The camp is designed to provide participants with opportunities to learn and innovate essential skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity.
The camp is organized with the goal of fostering a deeper appreciation for cultural diversity and understanding the importance of preserving traditional knowledge and practices. Participants will engage in various activities that will enable them to gain insight into the customs, beliefs, and values of the Cơ Tu community. These activities include interactive workshops, guided tours, cultural performances, and traditional craft-making sessions.
The outcomes of the Swinburne Vietnam Intercultural Camp are numerous. Participants will develop a deeper understanding of cultural diversity, enhance their critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creative skills, and learn the importance of preserving traditional knowledge and practices. Additionally, they will have an opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with people from different cultures, which will contribute to their personal growth and broaden their perspectives.
The Swinburne Vietnam Intercultural Camp is closely related to SDG11, which focuses on building sustainable communities. The camp’s emphasis on cross-cultural communication and the preservation of traditional knowledge aligns with SDG11’s objective of promoting sustainable development through cultural diversity, tolerance, and mutual respect. By creating a deeper understanding and appreciation for cultural diversity, the Suoi Hoa camp contributes to building sustainable communities where everyone can thrive.