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

With the recent political developments in Europe and across the world, it becomes evident that the proponents and practitioners of intercultural dialogue were quick to adapt to the pandemic and shifted much of their activities online in order to mitigate the negative impacts of the crisis.


The shift has ensured that intercultural exchange, mutual support and inter-group solidarity, all key dimensions of the ICD approach, can be maintained in safe online contexts and thus continue to play a key role within the socio-cultural response to COVID-19.

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