16 Least Racist Countries in the World in 2018

Let’s proceed to the list of the least racist countries in the world in 2018. Insider Monkey has recently published a great compilation about it giving you an arresting review. The truth is that we all belong to only one race, and that’s the human one. Depending on what our origin is, the color of the skin varies from light to dark, and the main reason is the process of adaption to the climatic conditions. A long time ago scientists agreed on one thing — apart from visual differences, there are no other biological differences between people.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the least racist countries in the world in 2018 from their list.

The first one is Taiwan. Taiwanese have a good reputation being very open and friendly to foreigners and travelers. So if your plans are not to stay for too long in Taiwan, you will have more than a pleasant experience there. But, if you want to move to Taiwan, you will have to learn the Chinese language if you want to assimilate properly. You will not be treated badly if you choose not to, but in order to really be part of the community knowing Chinese language is an absolute must. The second country on our short list should be Sweden. Sweden is one of the most desirable countries for immigrants. They really do have a steady economy and more than good living conditions, so people from all over the world are trying to become Sweden citizens. The best part is that people who come to Sweden, easily manage to find the job and they are treated as they are native. We can agree that 3439 racism related crimes were reported are not that big number comparing to the country’s population. At last, but not least we are mentioning Chile. Chile is a multilingual and multicultural society. It’s a country and homeland to people of many different ethnicities and religions and the geographical isolation of their country is something that they almost glorify because it gives them possibilities for the creation of a homogeneous society. They are open to welcome anyone into their country, and that’s how they get to be on our list of least racist countries in the World in 2018.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 16 least racist countries in the world in 2018.

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