The Anna Lindh Foundation and the Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED) are organising a number of events in September, during which the findings of the most recent Intercultural Trends Survey in the EuroMed region will be discussed.
“By organising these events, we hope to offer a multitude of perspectives on issues that are central to intercultural relations. Data collected through the Intercultural Trends Survey shows how often public discourse or mainstream media narratives differ from the views of thousands and millions of citizens across the region. Through its activities, the Anna Lindh Foundation wants to engage in a conversation that can be every day broader with students, civil society, journalists and academics”, states Eleonora Insalaco, Head of Operations and Intercultural Research at the Anna Lindh Foundation.
For more information on the events, please see below:
- Debate around the Intercultural Trends Survey - 13 September 2021
This regional event will take place from 10:30-13:00 CET with a focus on data and civil society issues in Algeria, Greece, Lebanon and Mauritania. For more information on the event, click here. To register in advance for the meeting, click here.
- Debate around the Intercultural Trends Survey - 20 September 2021
- Debate around the Intercultural Trends Report - 23 September 2021
This event will focus on enhancing Euro-Mediterranean cultural relations, living together in multicultural environments and cultural diplomacy at the service of dialogue in the Mediterranean. For more information on the event, click here.
- Public Intercultural Trends and Media Platform - 28 September 2021
This event will bring together journalists, academia and civil society with a focus on Cross-cultural reporting beyond stereotypes on migration and mobility in the EuroMed. Save the date! More information will be sent soon and uploaded on the Intercultural Dialogue Resource Centre.