Author: Kylie LaBeau
Implementation of this principle considers multiple aspects that help to form a deeper sense of community than is accessible for some places. This principle is based on the goal of encouraging the collaboration of many people that may not usually be required to collaborate. Individuals would not only form an understanding of other people, but also their experiences and as a result, form bonds based on the similarities they find. Probably more important though, is the bonds that could be formed as a result of identifying strengths in their differences. These interactions can help people to make better-informed, open-minded decisions. Another aspect of this principle is the idea that these places can act as spaces where people can ask questions about things they may not know about.
An example of this principle at work: this presentationBack