International Centre for Minority Studies and Intercultural Relations (IMIR)
1992-12 Sofia Bulgaria
Dec 1992, Sofia (Bulgaria).
Study inter-religious and inter-ethnic issues in Bulgaria, the Balkans and the Mediterranean; analyse zones of compatibility and incompatibility between Islam and Christianity; disseminate knowledge about the ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic minorities, so as to overcome xenophobia and cultivate mutual confidence and understanding; work for peace and peaceful co-existence of various ethnic and religious communities in these areas and promote tolerance and equality among these communities; contribute to creation of open society in the Balkans in order to overcome prejudices towards minorities and Balkan neighbours; combat discrimination toward minorities in order to secure their social, cultural and political inclusion.
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