European Intercultural Forum e.V.


The European Intercultural Forum e.V. is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation which works at international level in the fields of peace education, active citizenship, youth empowerment and capacity development of civil society actors.


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25.06.2019 / Call for participants: Active Citizens for Reconciliation II
We are currently recruiting three participants living in Germany for the international training programme “Active Citizens for Reconciliation II – Building Peace Through People-to-People Approaches” (September 2019 – April 2020). The programme involves youth and NGO workers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Spain, Turkey and Ukraine. It features e-learning phases, two international residential courses hosted in Georgia and multiplying events in each country. Check the call for participants here.

21.06.2019 / Coming soon! Active Citizens for Reconciliation II
We are happy to launch the second edition of the international educational programme “Active Citizens for Reconciliation”, which aims at strengthening the competences of young leaders, youth workers and community workers in using people-to-people approaches to reconciliation for fostering community cohesion. The project features two distance learning phases, two residential training courses hosted in Georgia and multiplying events in 8 countries. More information here.

31.05.2019 / Coming soon! Partnership Building Activity “Go European!” to be held in Yanoshi, Ukraine
In September 2019 the European Intercultural Forum e. V. will organise a Partnership Building Activity (PBA) for 24 organisations from across the Eastern Partnership region and the EU. More information about this Erasmus+ project here.

14.05.2019 / Videos of our ESC volunteers active in the Youth Cooperation Center of Dilijan NGO in Armenia

05.04.2019 / Calls for ESC/ EVS volunteers in various countries
We have many calls for ESC/ EVS volunteers in placements for working with children and youth in Armenia, Italy, Poland, Luxemburg and Latvia: check out under Open Calls.

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