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Who we are

Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) is a civil society organization working to promote intercultural acceptance and active citizenship through capacity building processes, education and youth work.

Our mission is to ensure sustainable community development by creating opportunities for quality engagement of civil society, advancing learning opportunities, and active involvement of young people and other citizens.

What we offer

CID develops its activity on local, national, regional and international levels. We run a fully functional youth center in Kumanovo, and we offer support to the local volunteers in developing and implementing their own projects. Our pool of trainers delivers high-quality training and consultancy both on national and international levels. Our educational palette includes sending young people on mobility programmes such as youth exchanges, training courses, seminars, workcamps, etc.

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Born 2 Run Plus: youth engagement and dialogue through sports

In these beautiful days of autumn, Born2Run event was one of the best things that happened for all the sport lovers and not only. The project, which included a youth exchange and 3 races of 3 and 10 km, brought together youngsters from all ethnicities and backgrounds...
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Social inclusion through entrepreneurship: training of staff in Kumanovo, Macedonia

Entrepreneurship and social activism are becoming more and more interconnected. And the benefits of employing entrepreneurship for fostering social inclusion are selling the concept in more and more European countries. This is how the idea for this project was born....
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Florim about addressing violent extremism in the UNITED study session in Budapest

In the framework of our partnership with the network UNITED for Intercultural Action, I participated in a special project on countering hate and violent extremism among young people at risk of social exclusion; the project consisted of 2 study sessions (April and...
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David about the state of social entrepreneurship in Macedonia

David Aleksovski, who is working as a financial officer in Center for Intercultural dialogue, is currently involved in the implementation of te project ”SHIFT: towards online and offline entrepreneurship community”, implemented by CID and supported though the IPA...
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Tabanovce’s forgotten guests: a volunteer’s confession

This summer I was volunteering for three months, twice a week, in a transition camp in Macedonia, as an EVS volunteer. There are two transition camps in Macedonia: one called ”Vinojug” in Gevgelija, in the South of the country around 500 meters from the Greek border,...
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Tamara about an unforgettable experience in Dilijan, Armenia

Vulnerability. An emotion that I was avoiding one month ago and today, it is my way of life. I have attended more than 30 international projects and events, but none of them was like this one. When from the first day you start sharing your deepest fears, emotions,...
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Anita about managing conflicts from a youth worker’s perspective: training course in Yerevan, Armenia

From the 25th of August to the 2nd of September Anita Beqiri, who works as a youth worker in MultiКулти youth center, attended a training course named “Strengthening Youth Capacity for Conflict Management and Peace-Building” in Yerevan, Armenia. The...
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International Peace Day: promotion of ”The Journey”

For over a year CID has been implementing a project facilitating international volunteers to spend time with refugees in the Tabanovce transition camp, on the Macedonian border with Serbia. From October 2016, 10 international volunteers have implemented activities...
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