In order to achieve our Goals and Mission, we have a diverse set of activities, initiatives and projects that allow us to promote INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE, enable our NETWORK INTO ACTION, empower YOUNG LEADERS through education, support IMPACTFUL ACTIONS and to contribute to UNAOC goals and Peace and Dialogue objectives in this big diverse world.
How do we do it?
Through diverse actions such as Activities, Initiatives and Projects.
See below a detailed description of our actions and their specific plan and goals.
Conferences & Events
This academy is divided in 3 different parts: the first where participants gain the insight and competencies needed to develop their own projects and the second part is a moment where a midterm evaluation occurs where participants can share their experiences and reflect on how the project is being developed having the chance to improve their personal competencies. Finally, the third part aims in evaluating the implementation of these projects, sharing experiences and knowledge.
ICD Post Graduation
The Graduate Program in Intercultural Dialogue, carried out in partnership with the REACH Alliance Global Network, has as main objective to respond to the wishes of those who wish to continue their studies in this area of knowledge, enabling them to acquire advanced preparation and skills in this field, areas of Communication, Culture and understanding of the functioning of contemporary societies.
- How can I contribute to a global united in diversity society?
- How can you help me becoming a changemaker?
- How can we make it possible, today and tomorrow?
2018 Alexandrina Letter on Youth & Dialogue
Under the framework of the Conference “Youth & Intercultural Dialogue: United in Diversity. Challenges for the future” to be held in Alexandria, Egypt, with the gathering of experienced speakers from renowned organizations and institutions, as well as the result of the Youth Voice project, we aim to produce a document that reflects the suggestions and opinions on the role of Youth in the future of societies. This paper will be prepared, discussed and presented by a small committee chaired by an individuality, co-chaired by the Director of the Library and with a representative element of the speakers and another of the network.