Cultural Documents actively seeks to operate in a plurilingualist way in order to effectively function in the multicultural communities it is part of.
Cultural Documents recognises languages as
– cultural entities which transcend temporal and geographical quantification,
– a fundamental individual right, used in and as an expression of everyone’s everyday life.
– sensitive to similarities and differences between languages and cultures,
– committed to exploring change in society and achieves this by using languages and exploring change in languages,
– committed to an inclusive approach to recognising diversity as a fundamental means of understanding change,
– committed to working with others who aim to accept, listen to, protect and preserve the diversity of language uses which occurs in the situations we work in.
Therefore, Cultural Documents practices an open and active attitude towards both the use and the characteristics of all languages, whether known by many or few.