The Anna Lindh Foundation launches today the fourth edition of The Anna Lindh Report 2021 on Intercultural Trends and Social Change in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
The Anna Lindh Report 2021 presents analyses by 20 experts on intercultural affairs based on the Intercultural Trends Survey carried out by Ipsos-Mori in 2020 in eight European countries (Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Romania and Sweden) and five Southern and Eastern countries (Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Mauritania and Morocco).
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Established in 2010, the Intercultural Trends Report represents the Foundation’s response to one of the main recommendations and concepts of the 2003 High Level Group on Intercultural Dialogue (the “Prodi Groupe des Sages”), namely that any dialogue project must be built on the understanding of deep transformations in our societies, and the analysis of their impact on behaviours, values and perceptions. The Report is also a tool to identify priority areas of action in favour of dialogue and a pioneering resource for the Euro- Mediterranean agenda.
More information on previous editions of the Intercultural Trends Report: https://www.annalindhfoundation.org/what-we-do/intercultural-trends-report