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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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Stand up against bullying: new KA2 project started with a kick-off meeting

Stand up against bullying is an 18-month strategic partnership project supported through the Erasmus+ Programme,  with partners from 7 countries: Turkey, Romania, Macedonia, Czech Republic, Portugal, Italy and Poland. The partners represent various stakeholders...
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The ”Youth Voice Macedonia” project came to its completion – with a public event in Kumanovo

The project ”Youth Voice Macedonia” came to an end this month. After 12 months of trainings, meetings and events in the youth center and in schools and advocacy campaigns in Kumanovo, Lipkovo and Staro Nagoricane, the participants, beneficiaries and stakeholders met...
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Zlatka about volunteering in Poland

Zlatka Sazdova is currently an EVS volunteer in Kraków, Poland. Being in the middle of her EVS longterm project, she agreed to share with us how the project is going, what activities she is part of and how her integration went: ”My name is Zlatka Sazdova, I might...
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The MultiKulti online classroom

Since its establishment, the MultiКулти youth center has gained popularity among the youngsters of Kumanovo. It is the place where they go to change the pace from the school-home routine, where they relax in a friendly atmosphere and where they find support for their...
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Interview: Mila about the Stakeholders Forum in Paris

Last week our colleague Mila attended the Stakeholders Forum held by CCIVS in Paris. We were curious to find out what happened during the forum so we stole half an hour from Mila’s busy time to find out. Here is what she told us: Tell us a bit about the event...
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Mirlinda, Ana and Sofija about non-formal education practices in Serbia

Mirlinda: I recently participated in the seminar ”NFE in Europe reloaded”, an international seminar on improving non-formal education practices in Europe. This seminar was held between 3-11 February 2017 in Sremski Karlovci in Serbia. The seminar gathered...
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Elena, Xhejlan, Shelzen, Egzon, Ivana and Jetmir about volunteering in Izmir

From 6th to 13th of January 2017, 6 young people from Macedonia took part in Erasmus+ Training Course “Volunteer! Get Better-Make Better”. The aim of the project was to raise awareness’s of youths and youth workers about skills developing aspects of volunteering. This...
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What to expect in MultiKulti

The MultiКулти youth center is open from 10:00 until 22:00, and welcomes young people from the age of 6 up to the age of 25 and even older. The nature of the center is very open to the young people to do what they want to do. Activities are regularly started and...
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