2014 Intercultural Trends Report

The second edition of the Anna Lindh Report rests on the results of a regional opinion poll carried out by Gallup across a representative sample of around 13000 people from 13 different countries of the region. The poll was primarily implemented in September and October 2012 in all of Albania, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey. Every three years, the countries are chosen based on a rotation system, which allows for gradually surveying all the countries of the region. Certain countries are repeated from wave to wave for the sake of comparison of the results between different editions of the study over the years.

The themes discussed in the Anna Lindh Report 2014 are at the heart of public debate at the international level, including: Social Change in the Euro-Med region, Differences and Similarities in Value Systems; the Religious Factor in Intercultural Relations; Human Mobility; the role of Culture in Mediterranean relations; Intercultural citizenship; the Union for the Mediterranean and regional cooperation.

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