Danmission joins the Anna Lindh Forum in Malta

Danmission joins the Anna Lindh Forum in Malta

Danmission, which is the Head of the Danish Anna Lindh Foundation network, is participating in the Euro-Med civil society dialogue forum in Malta together with other Danish organisations.

From 23 to 25 October, the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) will host the third Euro-Mediterranean Civil Society Dialogue Forum in Valletta in collaboration with the Maltese Presidency of the European Council in 2017. The Forum connects a unique regional network of practitioners, policy-makers, media and international donors.

Three members of the Anna Lindh Foundation network in Denmark will take part in this regional event which aims at bringing citizens of Europe and MENA region closer to dialogue around the current challenges, share learnings and establish partnerships. The Forum is the region’s largest civil society gathering and most influential event of its kind for intercultural dialogue. This year’s Euro-Med Forum aims to accelerate and scale-up the impact and reach of intercultural action to counter forces fuelling polarisation and extremism.

The Danish organisations represented at the forum are: GAME – Denmark, Globale Skolepartnerskaber and Danmission (representing the Head of Network institution in Denmark).

About the ALF network

The Anna Lindh Foundation is an inter-governmental institution bringing together civil society and citizens across the Mediterranean to build trust and improve mutual understanding. The Foundation runs the largest network of civil society organisations (more than 4500 members) involved in the promotion of intercultural dialogue in the Euro-Med region.

For more information about the Anna Lindh Foundation Network in Denmark, please contact the network coordinator, Line Stange Ramsdal (lra@danmission.dk) or read more here.

To join the Anna Lindh Foundation network in Denmark, please visit this the Anna Lindh Foundation website.