Dealing with cultural diversity, the Swiss way
Switzerland is a very diverse country with four national languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. The Swiss also share their border with five countries: Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein. And out of all the people living in Switzerland, 25% don't have a Swiss passport.
So how does this work? How do the Swiss communicate and how do they all get along with each other?
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Notes on this episode of Swiss and Chips: Your British Guide to Switzerland
Marco's post in our Facebook Group that started off this discussion
What makes Switzerland so diverse?
What do the Swiss think about each other, their neighbours, other villages, cantons or countries?
How do the Swiss communicate with each other if they don't speak the same language?
How is the high percentage of foreign nationals living here handled?
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