Promoting human rights and the integration of second generation immigrants through intercultural dialog and cooperation (2015-2016)

The aim of the project was to strengthen intercultural dialogue and the integration of second generation immigrants in the 6th district of Athens. The goals of the project were implemented by (a) the drafting of a baseline study in the area, (b) the implementation of thematic workshops at parents' councils of local schools and cultural and sports clubs in the area, (c) the organization of a multicultural festival by and for young people, (d) the development and operation of multicultural web radio and (e) the drafting of an impact assessment of the project. The project is mainly addressed to second generation immigrants (children and youth) and the general population and aims inter alia to strengthen and protect the human rights of second generation immigrants, combating racism, xenophobia, social exclusion and hate speech, while at the same time enhancing tolerance and multiculturalism.

This project was funded by the Greek NGO Programme “We are all Citizens” which is part of the EEA & Norway Grants for Greece. The Bodossaki Foundation was the Fund Operator of this Programme. The Programme aims to strengthen civil society and enhance the contribution of NGOs to social justice, democracy and sustainable development


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