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. 

The final conference served as time and space for post- and pre-processing, reflecting on the past, present and future, for networking and strengthening cooperation and solidarity among various institutions, organizations and individuals.

Two productive days were solely aimed at bringing people from different backgrounds together in order to share their insights, findings and experiences in order to be able to create networks, approaches and management and coordination plans for the future. A unique asset to the discussions amongst theoreticians, civil society representatives, social workers, volunteers, activists, interested civilians, media representatives etc. was the involvement of artistic perspectives, shedding light on spots which often left in the dark – namely emotions as well as philosophically abstract concepts.

The transnational project ‘Balkan Refugee Trail – A Pathway for European Solidarity’ is co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programm of the European Union.

This project is coordinated by Interkulturelles Zentrum, Austria and project partners are  Ebony African Cultural, Arts and Human Rights Organisation from Hungary,  Asylkoordination Austria,  Legis from  FYR Macedonia, Legal-informational centre for nongovernmental organisations from Slovenia,  Greek Council for Refugees,  Asylum Protection Centre from Serbia and Centre for Peace Studies from Croatia.

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