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With the support of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Anna Lindh Foundation has recently published a new manual for trainers on "Conflict Resolution and Cultural Cooperation". It...
During his participation in a panel debate, on October 26 in Tel Aviv, about Middle East Peace Process, André Azoulay, President of the Anna Lindh Foundation, said that the Arab Peace Initiative was...
In light of its new strategy and growing activities, the Foundation has decided to open eleven new positions at its Headquarters in Alexandria, Egypt. All candidates national of any of the 43...
Tackling perceptions and analyzing misunderstanding is at the heart of the Anna Lindh Foundation’s region-wide strategy for action, endorsed by the forty-three countries of the Barcelona Process:...
The President of the Anna Lindh Foundation, André Azoulay, has paid tribute today to the unique contribution of Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, describing how his poetry ‘spoke for the voiceless...
Rima Maroun, the young Lebanese photographer, has been officially announced as the winner of the Anna Lindh Euro-Med Award for the Dialogue between Cultures in 2008. The Award, which is bestowed and...
A group of Euro-Mediterranean journalists went on a reporting tour to a number of Mediterranean countries; Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco and Algeria. The aim of the tour was to report on women in situation...
The Anna Lindh Foundation has decided to dedicate the name of the renowned Egyptian film director, Youssef Chahine, to this year’s edition of its Euromed Award for the Dialogue between Cultures, in...
The feature article "The Children of 5767" by the Tel-Avivian journalist Gideon Levy, received an award from the Anna Lindh Foundation in the framework of its yearly euromed journalistic prize for...
Paris, 13 July 2008 Euro-Mediterranean Heads of States and Government meeting in Paris on 13 July 2008, inspired by the shared political will to revitalise efforts to transform the Mediterranean into...
Paris, 14 July 2008 Ref: ALF/05/08 The Paris Summit for the Mediterranean underlined the role of the Anna Lindh Foundation in the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership in the final Declaration signed by...
Since its creation in 2005, I have always considered that the Anna Lindh Foundation is a unique organisation. Unique in terms of its nature, of its objectives and in the way it promotes dialogue...
Athens, 30th of May 2008: Ministers of Culture from across the Euro-Mediterranean region gathered together at the Astir Palace, to the south of the city of Athens for the official opening of the...
Many thousands of people from the northern and southern shores of the Mediterranean gathered on the evening of the 22 May for the first Euro Mediterranean Dialogue Night. Many events took place in...
EFIL, the European Federation for Intercultural Learning, is the leading voluntary organisation in Europe in the field of educational exchanges for secondary school pupils. Thousands of volunteers...
Now Network Members Can nominate and Choose Who Wins the Euro-Med Award For Dialogue between Cultures Now you can choose who will be the next winner of this year’s edition of the Euro-Med Award for...
On 14 April 2008, the Anna Lindh Foundation has launched the Network Support Scheme with the aim of giving the Heads of National Network a real opportunity to present the vision of their network, of...
Brussels, 9th April 2008: the Board of Governors of the Anna Lindh Foundation formally appointed Mr Andreu Claret in the post of Executive Director. The Board of Governors, comprising ambassadors...
Message from Lucio Guerrrato, Executive Director of the Anna Lindh Foundation. The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures deeply regrets for the release of the...
Brussels on 5th of March 2008, the Board of Governors of the Anna Lindh Foundation formally elected André Azoulay as its first President for the period 2008 until 2011. Benita Ferrero-Waldner,...
Four journalists from Belgium, Slovenia, Israel and Turkey won the Second Edition of the “Euro-Med Journalist Prize for Cultural Dialogue.” The winners were selected, by an International Jury, among...
Two hundred intellectuals, decision makers and cultural operators were gathered in Alexandria between 19 and 21 January 2008 in the framework of the Third Conference and Cultural Workshops on the...
Alexandria (Egypt), January 15, 2008 - Four journalists from Belgium, Israel, Slovenia and Turkey are the winners of the Second Edition of the “Euro-Mediterranean Journalist Prize for Cultural...
The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures (ALF) and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) have the pleasure to announce today the launch of the second...
Eleven days spent in four Euro-Med countries; Morocco, Turkey, Denmark and England, the winners of the Journalist Prize explored and reported on important issues related to dialogue and cultural...

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