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International conference »Diaspora engagement in the EU«

»Diaspora engagement in the EU« was the international conference organized within the AMIF project We all need new engagement (WANNE) in the European Parliament in Brussels on 4 November. The questions we have addressed are among others: what are the major challenges facing the diaspora engagement within their communities in the EU; how are NGOs and diaspora organizations addressing these challenges; what are the potential areas of engagement with diaspora within the EU; what are the missing links in harnessing the benefits of diaspora engagement within the EU; how can the EU support the member states, NGOs and diaspora organizations?


WANNE Transnational Report

Within the international AMIF project We all need new engagement - WANNE, partners from Austria, Slovenia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Romania and Croatia prepared the Transnational Report: Good Practices Fostering Participation and Inclusion of TCNs in Austria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Romania and Slovenia.


Empowering Communities in Europe



Empowering Communities in Europe is an international project co-funded by the European Commission. The project was led by the British Council in Poland and delivered together with civil society organisations in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Slovakia. 


They Were Some Kind of a Solution

The project They were, those people, a kind of solution is a long-term collaborative platform of What, How & for Whom/WHW from Zagreb, Tensta konsthall from Stockholm, eipcp - European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies from Vienna, and Centre for Peace Studies (CMS) from Zagreb.

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The project Balkan Refugee Trail – a pathway for European Solidarity » was funded with the support of the European Union under the Programme "Europe for Citizens"

The transnational project ‘Balkan Refugee Trail – A Pathway for European Solidarity’ included and benefitted a large number of people – project partners, experts from theory and practice, conference audiences (local events as well as final BRT Conference), involved artists and civil society initiative representatives. 

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