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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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I never hated my body before the bullying began: sharing bullying stories

”I never hated my body before the bullying began. I shouldn’t have let somebody else’s words dictate how my body should look like, what I should and shouldn’t wear.” This sentence was taken from a confession of a high-school student, who participated...
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Europe Day 2018: bringing Europe closer to youth

As a country that is on the list of candidate states to joining the European Union, Macedonia is actively working on implementing reforms and on informing its citizens about the EU structure and functioning. One of the milestones is the yearly celebration of Europe...
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Youth Participation Parkour: mapping seminar in Johannesburg, South Africa

What are the tools and mechanisms that youth workers, project managers and other staff working in civil society organisations use to boost youth participation? How can they improve these tools and how can good practices be propagated across continents? These are some...
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Creative Youth Empowerment: Module 1 completed with high hopes

As Summer has kicked-in and the students have said good-bye to the school desks, the first Module of our project Creative Youth Empowerment was concluded. The 6 workshops were implemented in parallel in 3 muicipalities: Kumanovo, Staro Nagorichane and Lipkovo,...
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Continuing the No Hate mission with activities around Macedonia

This year CID is continuing its work on education of young people and citizens on the topic of hate speech and hate crime. In the first trimester of the year, two actvities were already implemented, in partnership with OSCE: a conference in Shtip and a training in...
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Call for CID volunteers – D-Festival 2018

The festivals season is officially open! This time, CID is inviting you to join the volunteers team at D-Festival which is happening in Dojran every summer. We are giving you the chance to party together with your favorite artists and to join the open space for civil...
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Call for comic maker

Center for Intercultural Dialogue is looking for a comic maker that will fulfill the requirements of the position during June – July, 2018. What are the responsibilities?  Creating the comic on the previously delivered stories;  Maintaining a constant...
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You are WELCOME: conducting local activities in Kumanovo and Tabanovce

In May 2018, as part of the activities of the project  YOU ARE WELCOME: European Network for Integration of Refugees at Local Level and Combating Hate Speech, Center for Intercultural Dialogue has held 1 preparatory workshop with the local participants in the youth...
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