Intercultural Trends Report

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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, that is based on a unique public polling methodology co-designed with Gallup and Ipsos-MORI, is a pioneering resource for the Euro- Mediterranean agenda.

Since its establishment, there have been three editions of the Report: in 2010, in 2014, and in 2018. Furthermore, a new edition of the Anna Lindh Intercultural Trends Report will be published in December 2021. To access the analytical report for the latest and upcoming edition on the Intercultural Trends Report, click here

Find out about the latest news on the Intercultural Trends Report.

To join the upcoming edition of the Open Online Course: Euro-Mediterranean Intercultural Trends, click here

To access regional and thematic data from all editions of the Anna Lindh Intercultural Trends Survey, visit our Intercultural Trends Data Hub here