What causes conflicts between people and nations? How can these conflicts be resolved? What measures can be taken to ensure that communities recover from past conflicts? What can civil society organisations do to help communities to live together? These are the questions that will be tackled by around 75 activists at the UNITED conference near Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia.
Boshko Stankovski is a doctoral student at the University of Cambridge, and a co-founder of the Macedonian NGO Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID). Ahead of our upcoming conference in Ohrid, Macedonia, where he is scheduled to present and lead a workshop, UNITED caught up with him to talk about his engagement with the topic, and the current challenges for intercultural work in Macedonia.
New deadline for nominations for the conference “Living Together: Transform a divided past into our common future” is Friday 26 August.
The UNITED network conference “Living Together: Transform a divided past into our common future” will take place from 26-31 October near Ohrid, MK. The deadline for applications is 15 August.
UNITED is marking 20 June, International Refugee Day, by launching our new online campaign to challenge the narrative on migration and refugees in Europe.
A UNITED network conference will take place near Lake Ohrid, FYR Macedonia, from 26-31 October 2016. Nominations are now open for the conference – the deadline to apply is 15 August.
On 22-27 April, a European conference took place near Torino, Italy, organised by UNITED for Intercultural Action against Fascism, Nationalism and Racism and in Support for Migrants and Refugees. Participants representing organisations from all over Europe came together to challenge the current narrative on migration.
Report from days IV and V of the “Moving Stories: Narratives of Migration Crossing Europe” UNITED network conference near Torino.
Report from day III of the “Moving Stories: Narratives of Migration Crossing Europe” UNITED network conference near Torino.
Joint statement on neo-nazi vandalism againt organisations taking part in the HateFree project in Prague. The UNITED network supports the “Prague is not Afraid” demonstration, and demands that the Czech government takes proper action.