UNITED for Intercultural Action is organising a series of online workshops on online privacy and safety, with the financial support of the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe. The workshops aim to increase the capacity of human rights activists and their organisations in protecting their privacy online and to develop a manual offering […]
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Good news, for those who did not apply yet, we are extending the deadline for nominations to take part in our upcoming UNITED conference, which is now 31 March. You can find more information about the conference’s topic and programme here. You can nominate your delegates by using this form. Be aware of the financial conditions of taking part in this […]
The third day of the conference began with the keynote speech of Balint Josa, Programme Coordinator of UNITED on the cultural aspects of migrant integration.
The ‘Building Shared Space – Best Practices in Integration’ UNITED conference took place in Budapest between 22-25 May 2018 with the aim of discussing the most important challenges as well as possible solutions within the field of migrant integration in Hungary and in the European Union.
UNITED for Intercultural Action hereby invites NGO representatives to an international conference on migrant integration, entitled Building Shared Space – Best Practices in Integration, to take place in Budapest, Hungary, between 22-25 May 2018.
The last day of the conference continued to focus on how to implement strategies in our NGO activities, including reporting of hate crimes and cooperating with various actors like law enforcement bodies,government institutions and the media.
Day 3 of the conference focused on sharing best practices and practical tools in supporting victims of hate crimes.
The second day of the conference near Berlin focused on identifying the needs of victims of bias-motivated violence and what support organisations can offer them, and better understanding the perspective of victims.
Day 1 of the “MAKE EVERY VOICE HEARD! The Power of Victim Perspectives in Fighting Hate Crime” conference consisted of a number of insightful sessions in which participants were presented with new and interesting viewpoints on hate crimes, hate violence and the rise of fascism in Europe.