28. Internationalisation at home

“Internationalisation at home” refers to the diversity of languages and cultures in your surroundings and everyday life and all the diverse communities to which you belong. In general upper secondary school, it may also include, for example, international visits or projects carried out in the school, in your hometown, or through virtual technology.

What kind of internationalisation can you find in your everyday life, for example, in social media or hobbies?