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A 2010-2011 Strategy for the Networks of the Anna Lindh Foundation

7 janvier 2010
  • « There are thousands of local associations on both sides of the Mediterranean. Each one has its own character, its cultural identity, its     expertise. What better way to start than by trading generosity and collective effort?
                 High Level Advisory Group on dialogue between peoples and cultures
                 in the Mediterranean Area (Prodi’s  Group), 2003

The Anna Lindh Foundation is an institution of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (Union for the Mediterranean), which works for and with the civil society in encouraging inter-cultural dialogue in the region. To this end, the Foundation has gathered organizations engaged in dialogue in networks, in each Euro-Med Partnership country. Today, the Foundation is an organization resourced and shared by 43 countries, and structured as a Network of National Networks made up of almost 3.000 organizations.

The unique character of the Anna Lindh Foundation, whose mission for understanding and respect is supported by programmes and by human, technical and financial resources, requires a specific policy aiming at giving a direction to the « pivotal role” attributed to the Foundation by its Statutes in mobilizing its Networks, and at planning long-term policies which help the Networks to pro-actively push forward the Foundation’s mission.

To this end, the Foundation has adopted a Strategy aimed at addressing the Network weaknesses and at building upon Network strengths and resources. The Strategy was discussed by the Heads of Network at their Annual Meeting of Gothenburg (6-9 November 2009), and approved by the Board of Governors (24 November 2009).

Complete strategy paper for download here.

Anna Lindh Foundation 6 January 2010

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