The Danish National Network

The Danish National Network reflects the mission and values of the ALF and the diversity of the civil society and work across fields including intercultural relations, heritage, religion, research, human rights, democracy and community development, arts, youth and education, gender, environment and sustainable development, and media.

Thus, the purpose of the Danish national network is to ensure the visibility of the Anna Lindh Foundation in Denmark, to inform, reactivate old and recruit new members with special interest in the Euromed region. These members comprise about 52 civil society, public, academic and cultural institutions and individuals who are eager to foster dialogue, exchange and cooperation around Euromed issues.

As head of the Danish Network, Crossing Borders is focusing on:

  1. Creating conducive spaces for Euromed intercultural meeting, dialogue, exchange and sharing of good practices in line with the values of ALF
  2. Reactivating the old members and recruiting new ones to further strengthen our network
  3. Promoting the respective interests and activities of the Danish members
  4. Organising cultural events for members of the public
  5. Sharing of information, updates and opportunities with our members
  6. Communication and collaboration with other fellow national networks
  7. Be in regular contacts and coordination with the ALF Secretariat

Our esteemed members, old and new, vary from NGOs to media platforms and schools, like Finjan, Copenhagen Youth Network, ACT: New Nordic Voices, SOS Racisme Denmark, and Unesco. They all share a profound appreciation for fostering intercultural dialogue and understanding. With common goals akin to the Anna Lindh Foundation, they strive to champion intercultural communication and cooperation within our community. Through their tireless efforts, they promote inclusivity, diversity, and mutual respect, laying the groundwork for a more harmonious and interconnected society. Their work stands as a testament to the power of collaboration and the enduring value of cultural exchange. another example would be UNiG (Ung i Gladsaxe), an organization that embodies a commitment to building bridges across cultures and forging lasting connections that transcend borders. Together, they are catalysts for positive change, enriching our collective experience and paving the way for a brighter, more inclusive future.

For this purpose, we have built a webpage, Facebook page and LinkedIn platforms.

The membership is free of charge. If you want to join the Danish ALF Network, please, complete the online application form for membership

As soon as we receive your application, we shall process it and get back you.