"DAWRAK-Citizens for Dialogue” is a timely and pioneering programme working on developing intercultural dialogue skills for civil society launched as a response to the historic Arab awakening. It aims to develop the capacities of the most dynamic actors involved in intercultural dialogue, providing them with tools and skills for dialogue, advocacy, networking and participation. Find out more
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The Anna Lindh Foundation celebrated André Azoulay, who will be finishing his mandate at the head of the institution by...
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