Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures (Anna Lindh Foundation)
Fondation euro-méditerranéenne Anna Lindh pour le dialogue entre les cultures
2004-11-30 The Hague Netherlands
30 Nov 2004, The Hague (Netherlands), by F-XF4533 - Union for the Mediterranean (UfM). Originally called Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for Dialogue between Cultures. Subsequently named after former Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (1957-2003). Alexandria headquarters inaugurated Apr 2005. EU Transparency Register: 361859035700-72.
Promote dialogue between cultures through cooperation between civil society partners in education, culture, science and communication; strengthen intellectual cooperation and capacity-building in fields such as human rights, democratic citizenship, sustainable development, learning, knowledge and information society, gender and youth; contribute to shaping the Euro-Mediterranean space as an area of cooperation, exchange, mobility, mutual understanding and peace.
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Board of Governors; President; Executive Director. including Chair and Deputy Chair. President; Executive Director. Jointly co-hosted by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Swedish Institute in Alexandria (Egypt).
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