EUROPEAN TOWNS FOSTERING INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE AND COMBATTING DISCRIMINATION OF MIGRANTS AND MINORITIES

In accordance with the priority to share good practices on transnational scale, the project partnership involves six past, future and present European Capitals of Culture:

  • Plovdiv (2019).
  • Rijeka (2020) - held in hybrid formats due to the pandemic
  • Kaunas (2022) - program will be adjusted to take account of different future scenarios.
  • Timisoara (2021)- postponed for 2023 due to CoVid019
  • Novi Sad (2021) - postponed for 2022 due to CoVid019


Five of the international project meetings will be hosted in 3 of those 6 European Capitals of Culture:

  • Rijeka - in January 2020.
  • Kaunas - in April 2021
  • Plovdiv - in July 2021

The other two international project meetings  will be held in:

  • Lodz, Poland - in September 2021
  • Carnicava, Latvia - in March 2022

INTERNATIONAL PROJECT MEETINGS