[EN] Video Transcript

In a historic era of growing mistrust and polarisation within and across our societies, intercultural dialogue is recognised by the people around the Mediterranean as an efficient measure to prevent and deal with social and cultural conflicts.

The Anna Lindh Foundation in cooperation with UNIMED - the Mediterranean Universities Union, is offering an online course on “Intercultural Trends and Social Change in the Euro-Mediterranean Region” based on public opinion surveys. 

The research provides a scientific basis for the required new thinking on how regional cooperation and intercultural relations are constructed.

A one-month course structured around 4 learning modules, with interventions by experts. It requires 3 hours of study per week with interactive sessions and self-evaluation tools.

Students, researchers, professors, NGO practitioners, social activists, policymakers and media professionals will learn on people’s perspective about diversity, their similarities and differences and what they expect to reduce radicalization.