There are currently 7.96 billion people inhabiting our green and blue planet. These people come from different backgrounds - race, gender, age, personality traits, and physical features. With that in mind, we must make it our social and parental responsibility to educate our children on how to set aside judgement and be open and accepting to others who look and act differently than us.
A child’s first education is relevant when it comes to diversity and inclusivity topics. This is because kids have the tendency to form their judgement early on by watching how a person looks and acts.
Therefore, teaching children about diversity helps them grow to be tolerant and to be socially aware. We need to expose them to dismiss categorisation and shape a better mindset for them to become more open and accepting to the people and the world around them.
But how exactly can we steer them into the right path in learning about family and diversity? The answer is