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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, non-formal education and youth work provision.

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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First face-to-face meeting for the project SAFER

Between 3rd and 4th of May a transnational partners’ meeting for the project SociAl competences and FundamEntal Rights for preventing bullying (SAFER) was organized in Florence, Italy by Guinty Psychometrics, a project partner. This was a first face-to-face meeting of...
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InfoPoints and Final Conference of the project YOUth Ambassadors of Non-Formal Learning

The InfoPoint activity and final Conference of the project YOUth Ambassadors of Non-Formal Learning were held on the 20th and 26th of April 2022 in MultiКулти youthcenter in Kumanovo by our project coordinator Besart, together with our youthworker Natalija (who was...
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Katerina about the seminar “Diverse and Inclusive Youth Work for All”

The seminar “Diverse and Inclusive Youth Work for All” took place in Duisburg, Germany from 06 – 13 April 2022. Duisburg is a town in the western part of Germany and there are so many immigrants there. The weather was rainy and after the second day...
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Networking events in Tetovo and Struga in the framework of the project Local Youth Participation Matters

In April we continued with the networking events for establishing youth centres, as part of the project “(Local) Youth Participation Matters”. The two networking events took part in Tetovo and Struga. The networking event in Tetovo took part on April 8th 2022 in...
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Information’s about Green Monitor project

The Center for Intercultural Dialogue (CID) in the next period will implement the project “Green Monitor” through which will promote a series of activities that will contribute to raising environmental awareness, affirming green policies and promoting...
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Training activities on building intercultural competences

We have started the trainings envisaged within the project “(Local) Youth Participation Matters”. The First one was held in Berovo in the time frame from 27.03.2022 – 31.03.2022. More than 30 young enthusiasts and active volunteers within their communities joined the...
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Story from training course ”THINK TWICE”

Between 7th and 13th of March 2022 our participants : Filip Zlatkov, Goce Pravulov and Nikolija Arsovska attended the Training Course “Think twice” held in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The main objective of the project was to increase the digital media literacy of young people...
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Call for expert for developing a Rulebook “Municipalities – friends’ of volunteers”

Center for Intercultural Dialogue is looking for an expert who will develop an educational rulebook for the EU co-financed project ”Youth Agents of Change”, which aims to contribute to increased inclusiveness and society impact of youth for improving the local...
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