Diversity directly relates to the EU tradition and objectives and to the value of ‘unity in diversity’. It implies leaving sufficient implementation room for national diversity and flexibility; translation between roles, languages, IT systems and considerations on data sharing structure.
- Provide support for translation between roles, languages, situations, and IT systems.
- Consider how data sharing structures address diverse needs and perspectives.
- Make visible and available differences in practices and meanings.
- Attend to the principle of subsidiarity.
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