The diversity and variety of profiles of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ReFAL) that work, from different disciplines, to improve perceptions, promote mutual understanding and facilitate intercultural dialogue, constitutes in itself one of the great values of the Network. ReFAL is currently composed of more than 157 civil society organisations that strive to work on projects that promote coexistence in diversity and contribute to the creation of plural and democratic societies.

Supporting young people committed to building more inclusive and resilient societies and the key role of intercultural education as a tool for creating a responsible and critical citizenship grounded in respect for cultural diversity, environment and gender equity are the main pillars of most of the Network actions.

A consolidated Mobility Programme creates joint spaces to foster collaboration and synergies among the members of the Network and facilitates the exchange of experiences and good practices among its members, therefore enriching these organisations.

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