PRISM – Politics and Religion In Shores of Mediterranean Sea

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  • To improve social cohesion and understanding of spiritual diversity in urban contemporary contexts in South East, European and Mediterranean cities.
  • To promote mutual understanding and knowledge of “the other” and fight against negative stereotypes.
  • To give skills and knowledge for its participants to create a Network that will be supporting new initiatives and activities on inter-religious dialogue developed by young people.


  • Presentation of local good practice, existing tools, site visits, policies and other experiences on inter-religious dialogue.
  • Identification of needs and draft of initiatives and of a network to answer to those needs.
  • Elaboration of a list of suggestions to local authorities from urban areas to improve interreligious dialogue.


  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Club Culturel Ali Belhouane (Tunisia)
  • Arab Initiative/The Swedish Middle East and North African Group (Sweden)
  • Center of Feminist Critical Pedagogy (Israel)
  • Observatoire Marocain pour la Paix Sociale (Morocco)
  • Euro-Mediterranean Center for Cross-Cultural Dialogue (Bulgaria)
  • Khadijah Lakkis (Lebanon)
  • Wi’am Palestinian Conflict Resolution Center (Palestine)
  • European Movement Albania (Albania)
  • Piste Solidaires (France)

The project

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Date of the project

01/12/2009 – 08/02/2010

DG of reference

DG EAC, Youth in Action Programme – 3.1 Cooperation with the Neighbouring




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