We Have a Challenge

We need new narratives that empower exchange to move away from the confrontation that societies are facing nowadays. We need dialogue, because dialogue is tolerance and freedom, it enlarges our perspectives, makes our participation to public life real and it gives hope and courage to citizens.

Work with us to create a better world through partnerships and action across cultures.

Latest Resources on the Intercultural Dialogue Resource Centre


Training toolkit for youth workers on media literacy

In this training toolkit, you will find 30 tools for non-formal learning, which youth workers can use to introduce young people to the basic principles of citizen journalism and media literacy. The focus falls on building skills to search and...


Solidarité et pauvreté

Solidarité et pauvreté est le onzième Rapport bisannuel du Service de lutte contre la pauvreté, la précarité et l’exclusion sociale (ci-après le Service de lutte contre la pauvreté). Ce rapport est le fruit d’une concertation avec des personnes en situation...

Intercultural Trends and Social Change in the Euro-Mediterranean region

The Anna Lindh Report

What We Do

We Empower Young Voices

Empowering Young Voices

We empower young voices by providing platforms and partnering with young people to build together more open, inclusive and resilient communities.

We Influence Policy Makers

Influencing Policy Makers

We introduce impactful research on international policymaking, and provide a unique understanding of conflict dynamics through opinion leadership.

We Lead a Movement

Leading a Movement

We are building a movement. Our network aims to bring together and inspire other civil societies and multiplying our impact in that way.

Our Network of Networks

We run the largest network of youth and civil society organisations working for intercultural dialogue across North Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Balkans.

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Make a Difference

per cent of our programme leaders and beneficiaries are women under 35
young Mediterranean voices reached through cascade training, city dialogues and intercultural debates
4, 088
member organizations of the Foundation across our National Networks