BRUSSELS (19/11/15) - Civil society representatives from 42 countries are gathering in Brussels for the 14th Annual meeting of the Anna Lindh Foundation’s Heads of National Networks. The meeting focuses on debating the current strategy of the Foundation, with the objective of devising the best ways to implement the new Intercultural Strategy, drafting a road map for the Network’s development towards 2025, and reinforcing communication and capacities.
The meeting aims at providing concrete ideas about potential actions, programmes and initiatives to be developed by the Foundation in the mid and long term. It also provides the framework for elaborating a shared understanding of the role of the Networks in relation with the challenges and requested tools and methodologies. Additionally, it addresses the issue of building a more operational framework in order to improve the coordination among the ALF instances to facilitate our impact and effective work in the field.
Through its networks the Foundation should strengthen a virtuous circle of Euro-Med knowledge and practices providing support to those who work for the promotion of interculturality as a shared value and with the common aim to expose a larger public of the region to dialogue, in the face of intolerance and radicalization.