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Report from the Forum of the Anna Lindh Foundation's Polish Network

On the 1st and 2nd of March, 2013, the two-day forum Together for a Just Future: learning from each other through dialogue on diversity, equality and democracy took place at the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre, the City Culture Institute and the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk. The coordinator of the forum was the REVERS Foundation from Krakow, in partnership with roughly a dozen Polish and foreign organisations. The aim of the forum was to integrate Polish members of the Anna Lindh Foundation, as well as to create an opportunity for discussion and to share experiences with the aim of building ...

The Anna Lindh Foundation Polish Network's Recommendations for Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation

Debate: Does Poland Lie on the Mediterranean? Poland’s Relations with the Euromed Region 1.  Among the observations made concerning Poland's limited political involvement in countries of the Mediterranean region and the small communities of Arab immigrants living in Poland, recommendations were made for grass roots activities led and realised directly by residents and civic organisations in Poland and the countries of North Africa and the Middle East. Civic and community actions allow for social change that is completely independent from the interests of particular members of the European Un...

Open Space results

Group: developmental and humanitarian cooperation THEME: Finding a way to reach Syria; AIMS: To enable both Polish and foreign NGOs to obtain information concerning the current aid needs in specific regions of Syria, which will allow them to better identify needs and to create a clear map of the regions that are in greatest need of help; CHALLENGES: logistics, safety and pluralism of aid – it must not end up in only one region; IDEAS FOR CONCRETE INITIATIVES: the forming of a database for NGOs containing information pertaining to humanitarian aid in Syria; ...