The added value given by intercultural planning is that of being able to create a third space in which all the subjectivities involved can be transformed through the encounter. Rather than continually thematise identity, difference, and making intercultural practice a mirror upon which “interculture” is reflected, co-planning can actually be the moment of creation for a new language that emerges from the specificities of each individual, and then surpasses them.

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