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Military Diversity: Ethnic Tolerance and Intolerance

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07/01/2019

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The NATO Human Factors and Medicine (HFM) Research Task Group (RTG) 301 titled, Military Diversity: Ethnic Tolerance and Intolerance, was established to better understand the factors that foster or hinder ethnic diversity in multinational military contexts. The aim of this RTG is to help identify the origins of ethnic intolerance through cultural, social, and organizational behaviours found in diverse and pluralistic military settings, and to develop a framework of the key factors associated with ethnic tolerance and ethnic intolerance among military personnel. The RTG will provide evidenced-based educational programs and leadership styles to help promote diverse and inclusive organizational cultures in defence and security organizations. The ultimate impact of the RTG is to create more cooperative relations between military organizations, cultivate cross-cultural military-civilian interactions through greater diversity and inclusion, and further improve NATO defence capabilities in operational and organizational military environments.

Between 11 and 13 December the group had their first meeting at the CSO office in Paris, orchestrate by Barbara T. Waruszynski, DSocSci from Canada.

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The NATO Human Factors and Medicine (HFM) Research Task Group (RTG) 301 titled, Military Diversity: Ethnic Tolerance and Intolerance, was established to better understand the factors that foster or hinder ethnic diversity in multinational military contexts. The aim of this RTG is to help identify the origins of ethnic intolerance through cultural, social, and organizational behaviours found in diverse and pluralistic military settings, and to develop a framework of the key factors associated with ethnic tolerance and ethnic intolerance among military personnel.

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The NATO Human Factors and Medicine (HFM) Research Task Group (RTG) 301 titled, Military Diversity: Ethnic Tolerance and Intolerance, was established to better understand the factors that foster or hinder ethnic diversity in multinational military contexts. The aim of this RTG is to help identify the origins of ethnic intolerance through cultural, social, and organizational behaviours found in diverse and pluralistic military settings, and to develop a framework of the key factors associated with ethnic tolerance and ethnic intolerance among military personnel. The RTG will provide evidenced-based educational programs and leadership styles to help promote diverse and inclusive organizational cultures in defence and security organizations. The ultimate impact of the RTG is to create more cooperative relations between military organizations, cultivate cross-cultural military-civilian interactions through greater diversity and inclusion, and further improve NATO defence capabilities in operational and organizational military environments.

Between 11 and 13 December the group had their first meeting at the CSO office in Paris, orchestrate by Barbara T. Waruszynski, DSocSci from Canada.

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