- To promote intercultural understanding among different groups (locals, migrant communities, Muslim communities).
- To build the capacity of local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), migrant associations (MAs) and Muslim communities to work together to promote the sharing of skills fostering cross-cultural mutual knowledge and tolerance.
- To strengthen cooperation between CSOs, MAs and Muslim communities, community leaders and local authorities empowering them to work together to improve dialogue and mutual understanding.
- To actively involve the aforementioned groups in the promotion of joint initiatives aimed at scaling up the mutual learning methodology and at raising awareness on its potential to prevent hatred.
- Participatory study: a community-based participatory study will be carried out based on 1) Desk research, mapping of cultural communities coexisting in each partner’s local context and 2) Community-based analysis based on Focus Groups and Interviews
- Organisational Empowerment Programme: aiming at building the capacity of CSOs and MAs to work together and conduct skill-transfer workshops
- Set up of the Intercultural City Committees: set up of 5 Intercultural City Committees composed of representatives of CSOs, MAs, community leaders and local authorities to support LIAISON’s activities
- Design of an Intercultural City Cooperation Model: proposing a sustainable cooperation road-map bringing together third sector, local authorities and local communities. It will be composed of transnational guidelines for the third sector and policy recommendation for local authorities
- The organisation of info-sessions for authorities and local stakeholder forums
- Awareness-raising campaigns (school labs, project fairs, final conference)
- Community-based participatory study
- Skill maps
- OEP implementation public report
- LIAISON VLOG
- Intercultural City Cooperation Model
- Memorandum of understanding
- At least 500 community members reached through the skill-transfer workshops and LIAISON fairs
- At least 150 representatives from the local community and relevant stakeholders attending the final conference
- At least 2000 people from different cultural communities, organisations and public institutions through project activities and awareness-raising campaign