Activities

Mobility

Mobility activities will be designed to: analyse the issues raised during the implementation of the sub-granted projects, disseminate the activities of the sub-granted projects in the targeted countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda and Zimbabwe. present, assess and give feed-back of...

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Networking

Two networking events addressed to sub-grantees, the first one in Burkina Faso and the second one in Zimbabwe, will allow sub-grantees to interact with relevant stakeholders invited to the event (regional organisations, national and local authorities, local and international NGOs, development agencies, federations of local authorities, artist unions, etc.), with networking purposes. It will also...

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Capacity building

A set of four seminars, four exchange/study visits and at least ten training workshops will be offered to sub-grantees and other stakeholders that, though belonging to target groups, do not receive financial support. The seminars will address different topics such as: the role of culture and intercultural dialogue for sustainable human development; participative methodologies for...

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Conferences

All public events, in particular the two final conferences in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, and Brussels, Belgium, will showcase best and new practices generated by the action and advocate for the importance of intercultural dialogue and culture towards national authorities, regional, sub-regional, and international organizations (such as the African Union, ECOWAS, ECCAS, EAC, SADC, etc.). Please...

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Publication

The final publication will systematize relevant information based on the experiences of sub-grantees in developing their projects, including achievements, relevant outputs and best practices, but also difficulties, major challenges, problems and lessons learned. It will comprise a general presentation of each project and related partnership, of its outputs and outcomes, statistics and data on different...

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Communication Campaign

With the aim of raising awareness about the importance of culture and cultural diversity for intercultural dialogue, social cohesion and sustainable human development, a communication campaign will be developed specifically to reach out to the most relevant stakeholders in the region (e.g. public national and local authorities, cultural operators and mediators, creators, CSOs and grassroots...

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Exhibitions

In parallel with the two main conferences, two exhibitions will be set-up in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, and Brussels, Belgium. They will showcase initiatives fostering intercultural dialogue and facilitate a reflection process by the audience through art works, audio-visual or installation-based. Please see also mobility, networking, capacity building, communication campaign, conferences and publication. Photo credits: Visitors...

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