EUROPEAN TOWNS FOSTERING INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE AND COMBATTING DISCRIMINATION OF MIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
NETWORKING FOR INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE AND INCLUSION OF MIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
The active and intense networking process between the project partners in an equal, transparent and open collaboration for exchange of good practices, collaborative learning and sustainable debates.
Network members benefit from:
- Network and collaborate for better facilitation of intercultural dialogue and inclusion of migrants and minorities with a wide range of stakeholders from 14 European countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Spain.
- Strengthen the communication and collaboration for promotion of participatory democracy and active citizenship between European towns, state and private institutions, citizens and their groups and organizations.
- Share experiences and learn from about good practices in intercultural dialogue facilitation and inclusion of migrants and minorities in European towns.
- Network and collaborate with towns, decision-makers, civil society organizations, academia and citizens from other European countries, their organizations; as well as with experts and experienced professionals in intercultural dialogue and inclusion of migrants and minorities in Europe.
- Provide a platform for public-private partnerships and collaboration and foster the between citizens and towns at local, national and international level.
In spite of the CoVid19 pandemic, the network sustains a wide range of virtual, hybrid and residential debates between citizens, institutions and local authorities in all 14 project partner countries.