This call aims at supporting projects in the fields of Education for Intercultural Citizenship and Intercultural Artistic Co-Productions. The ALF supports only multilateral projects built upon a 1+1 partnership formula with at least one partner from a Southern Mediterranean country and at least one partner from a European country. The number of projects expected to be awarded through this call will be between 30 and 40. Grant amounts will vary from EUR 25,000 – to EUR 35,000. The deadline to apply is the 1st November 2015.
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Taking place under the Italian Presidency of the EU, and on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Anna Lindh Foundation, the Napoli Conference to address the role of civil society in facing social crises and unprecedented violence in the region.
Survey of more than 13,000 people across 13 Euro-Mediterranean countries also shows investment in youth-led initiatives and education is the best response to conflict and radicalisation
The Foundation acts as a Network of National Networks which today brings together over 4000 civil society organizations from across the region for the promotion of dialogue between cultures.
Young Mediterranean Voices (YMV) is the flagship debate programme connecting civil society, education and policy-makers across the South Mediterranean and Europe. The programme provides opportunities to open doors for young influencers to shape policy and media narratives.
The Foundation Corporate Plan to 2020 sets out our priorities, what we will do to meet those priorities and how we will measure our impact.
We do research to better define the intervention logic of our work on cultural relations and understand the impact of our programming, as well as develop a pro-active outreach policy with opinion-leaders.
The flagship event of the Foundation, MED FORUM, represents the largest civil society gathering and the most influential process of its kind for intercultural dialogue across the Mediterranean region. The Forum connects a unique regional network of practitioners, policy-makers, media and international donors, united to create together real and lasting change in the face of the region’s most pressing problems.
The Seminar will combine innovative methodologies to support the participants to work together in a fresh and exciting way, with a focus on tackling a common challenge relevant to societies to the south and north of the Mediterranean.