"Intercultural Dialogue and Combating Discrimination of Migrants and Minorities" project 4th International Event was held in Aleksandrow Lodzki, Poland, on 20-22 September 2021

The project seeks to raise awareness on the richness of the EU cultural environment and promote key European values such as pluralism and tolerance, facilitated by intercultural exchange, this way contributing to the development of a respectful, dynamic, and multifaceted European identity. Key project priority is fostering intercultural dialogue between diverse communities and political actors in Europe, preventing discrimination, and combating the stigmatization of migrants and minority groups. All in all, over 3000 participants will take part in the design and implementation of 5 international events in Croatia, Bulgaria, Latvia, Poland, and Lithuania, as well as in 5 online civic debates.

The project partnership is formed by 14 countries; 11 EU members: Latvia, Poland, Croatia, Greece, Lithuania, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Romania, UK, and Bulgaria, and three neighbouring countries; Serbia, Macedonia, and Albania.

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