“Social distancing has to be a distancing of the body, not imagination, nor creativity, nor from the possibility of assuming this situation from other perspectives”. Fabio Rubiano, Colombian actor and writer.

In 2001, the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity was approved and later on the United Nations General Assembly declared May 21 as the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development through its resolution 57 / December 249, 2002, with the aim of generating awareness in people and organizations to take measures and support diversity, intercultural dialogue and inclusion, as well as combat stereotypes and polarization in order to seek the understanding and cooperation of different cultures. In 2015, the United Nations adopted a resolution on Culture and Sustainable Development (A / C.2 / 70 / L.59), affirming the contribution of culture to the three dimensions of sustainable development: recognizing the diversity of the world far beyond the natural and the cultural, reaffirm that cultures and civilizations can contribute to sustainable development, and their role as crucial enabling factors.