Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue – Mediterranean +25 Dialogues

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This year, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the launch of the Euro-Mediterranean Process in Barcelona, the Government of Catalonia, aware of the strong impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the severe consequences in the Euro-Mediterranean region, is promoting the series of seminars “Mediterranean +25 Dialogues”. Within the framework of this initiative, different seminars will be organized to rethink the challenges and proposals aimed at renewing the vision of the Mediterranean relations.

The Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue seminar, co-organized by the IEMed and the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia (Diplocat), with the collaboration of the Barcelona City Council, highlights the importance of the role of societies and cultures in the promotion of a paradigm shift in order to places the Mediterranean in front of the globalization challenges.

In the course of the seminar, the exchange between social actors and Mediterranean institutions will be encouraged; practices of promotion of the cohesion of the associative network, so necessary in the current context of social and health crisis, will be highlighted, invigorating thus humanism, and priorities and measures will be proposed to be promoted by European policies in the Mediterranean. The aim of this exercise is to position intercultural dialogue as an effective and recognized tool in the construction of a renewed and shared Mediterranean project, at the service of Mediterranean citizens and in favour of the rapprochement of the peoples that comprise it.

Download the attached document below for the full agenda of the Dialogue.