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Anna Lindh

ANNA LINDH FOUNDATION The Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) is an international organisation working from the Mediterranean to promote intercultural and civil society dialogue in the face of growing mistrust and polarisation. The foundation was founded in 2004, their headquarters, in Alexandria, were inaugurated in 2005. This makes ALF the first common institution for dialogue co-created […]

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REFAL

RED ESPAÑOLA DE LA FUNDACIÓN ANNA LINDH REFAL (SPANISH NETWORK OF THE ANNA LINDH FOUNDATION) The Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) was created within the European Union to promote cultural dialogue between the northern and southern Mediterranean. The United Nations Alliance of Civilisations, the League of Arab States, the Council of Europe, UNESCO and the Euro-Mediterranean […]

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ENGAGE.EU

ENGAGE.EU EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY The European University Engaged in Societal Change. With the goal of reflecting the diversity of Europe, ENGAGE.EU is composed by: Luiss Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli-Luiss University (Italy), the NHH Norwegian School of Economics (Norway), Tilburg University (The Netherlands), the University of Mannheim (Germany), the University of National and […]

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SACRU

SACRU The Strategic Alliance of Catholic Research Universities (SACRU) is the worldwide network of research-oriented Catholic universities. The network is made up of Catholic universities committed to excellence in teaching and research and to global and engaged collaboration, all with a strong social commitment informed by the Catholic social teaching. Its mission is to foster […]

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Peer to Peer

Peer to Peer: Facebook Global Digital Challenge (P2P) Facebook‘s global initiative for young university students and international competitions to harness students’ capacity for innovation to tackle prejudice, hate and extremism online. Student teams are challenged to counter the prevalence of hate and extremism on social media in a way that is credible and authentic to […]

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How to build an anti-racist city?

The Blanquerna Observatory of Communication, Religion and Culture attended the Barcelona City Council‘s conference on the occasion of the International Day against Racism, entitled “Com construir una ciutat antiracista?” (How to build an anti-racist city?), on Thursday 20th of March, 2024. The event was held in the Saló de Cent, and was a meeting to […]

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“Ara Parlen Elles”

The recent literary event “Ara parlen elles” (Now they speak), held as part of the Jornades Blanquerna on Communication and International Relations on 6 March, provided a platform for an in-depth conversation between authors Anna Punsoda and Emma Zafón. Moderated by Dr Lana Kazkaz of the Blanquerna Observatory and Laia Arànega, a second-year Advertising, Public […]

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