25 years after the launch of the Barcelona Process and the “Renewed Partnerships with the Southern Neighbourhood: a New Agenda for the Mediterranean”, the Anna Lindh Foundation and its EuroMed civil society Network organised the Anna Lindh Foundation Virtual Marathon for Dialogue in the EuroMed region (VM).
Based on the large civil society and institutional partners mobilisation, the public consultation debates held and the ALF research on Intercultural Trends research:
We call for transversal and joint Intercultural Dialogue actions and policies for better cultural and social cooperation in the EuroMed region by
1. Investing in Youth as Drivers for Positive Change
2. Identifying Digital Threats and Opportunities for Dialogue
3. Addressing Climate Change through Intercultural Dialogue
4. Investing in Arts and Education for Intercultural Cities
5. Supporting Cooperation for Sustainable Societies
6. Fighting Gender Stereotypes
7. Building Sustainable Partnerships for a shared future
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