The Latvian Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation works across the fields of youth, gender equality, culture, education, sustainability, refugee support and European values. The members are associations and networks, culture institutions, universities and public bodies. Empowering young voices, engaging decision makers, building knowledge base and developing networking are amongst priorities of the Latvian network.
There is great diversity of different activities organized by ALF Latvian Network which let Latvian society to face and experience intercultural dialogue within EuroMed region. Latvian network members’ are possessing digital skills and diverse competences, are active in search for funding opportunities and very open for future cooperation with the South.
The Latvian network has been coordinated initially by the Agency for International Programmes for Youth and from 2017 – by Women’s NGOs Cooperation Network of Latvia.
The Women’s NGOs Network of Latvia provides capacity building programs and consultations on policy and advocacy actions, building capacity of the NGO, funding opportunities, working with vulnerable groups in society, intercultural dialogue and innovative methods of work. It is accredited ERASMUS+ adult education provider.
The Network is open to institutions, non-profit organisations, education and culture establishments, municipalities and other partners who adhere to the principles and the mission of the Anna Lindh Foundation.
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