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BUILT ENVIRONMENT
The buildings, infrastructure and other human-made components making up our surroundings.
Eight DIA statements address some aspects of a welcoming and culturally inclusive built environment as it relates directly to your organization. (e.g., facility, private spaces, signage, machinery, furnishings, location) The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your built environment encourages and facilitates intercultural interaction.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
The policies, processes and activities that enable human growth, build capabilities, and empower.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of a culturally inclusive human development program. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization applies the stock of competencies, knowledge, social and personality attributes of culturally diverse stakeholders so they contribute to the success of the organization.

FINANCIAL INVESTMENT
The way money is put into something with the expectation of short- or long-term gain.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of an organization’s culturally equitable financial program. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization consistently allocates monies toward producing mutually beneficial results; invests equitably across a variety of culturally diverse groups; and supports equitable socio-economic growth while addressing specific needs of diverse cultural groups.

POLITICAL CAPITAL
The ability to influence standards, rules, regulations and their enforcement.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of an organization with culturally inclusive internal decision-making mechanisms, as well as strong connections diverse external power brokers. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization interacts with culturally diverse power brokers to help it, its constituents, or its customers grow and be successful.

NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
The living and non-living things occurring naturally in our surroundings.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of the organization's approach to environmental health and sustainability - especially as manifested across different cultural populations. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization contributes to a sustainable environment for different cultural communities.

SOCIAL CAPITAL
The cooperation between individuals and groups that results in collective benefits.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of the organization's ability to shape the quality and quantity of social interactions across cultures. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization strengthens, taps into and leverages relations among culturally diverse individuals to generate shared value.

CULTURAL CAPITAL
The set of shared and transferable knowledge, skills, values, behaviors, etc., facilitating individual success.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of the organization's ability to create a shared intercultural identity and community within itself through its symbols and language, celebrations and events. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization strengthens the identities of other cultural groups while successfully incorporating them into its own distinct culture.

SPIRITUAL CAPITAL (PSYCHIC/TRANSCENDENTAL)
The spiritual, moral and psychological beliefs and practices that motivate, stimulate, and encourage moral behaviors individuals.
Eight DIA statements describe some aspects of the organization's capacity to engage personal, social or cultural beliefs and meanings to create a high level of creativity, moral behavior, trust, sharing and motivation - both internally and in the broader community. The responses offer insight into whether (and to what extent) your organization contributes to an "intercultural quality of life".