Dialogue for Democracy Inclusion Diversity

Bridging migrants, youth centres, and civic spaces

Cooperating transnationally brings more value than it would bring by operating confined to a local/national context. 

When barriers between migrants and civic opportunities within their local community are common, then we can act together transnationally to overcome the shared challenges.


The “Intercultural Trialogue” project aims to challenge the exclusion of young migrants, refugees and asylum seekers from youth centres and youth organisations through a youth ambassadors program, a manifesto for more inclusive youth centres, a research and a publication for youth centres to improve their accessibility to migrant communities – ultimately empowering migrant communities to engage within the social, political, cultural and educational opportunities provided by these spaces.

This project particularly targets engaging young migrants who are already engaged in youth organizations and community centres, as well as those who have limited ties to nonformal education or civil society outside their migrant community.

Community Centres

Active citizens need communities that can support and collaborate with them. That is why we want to leverage existing structures to support and promote diversity and accessibility at every level.



Multiplier events in Irland, Germany, Cyprus and Italy

The project partners organized a total of 5 MEs promoting the project results and making sure the project’s reached a wider audience not directly connected ...
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Final Conference

On the 14th of August the final event of the project took place in Erfurt. For the occasion, CGE organized discussion circles on themes of ...
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Local Actions in Ireland, Germany, Cyprus and Italy

After our study visit to Weimar, new methods came to light regarding intercultural youth work. The next stage in our project was to support the ...
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Research & Focus Groups

In the dynamic landscape of youth work, the active engagement of migrants stands as a pivotal yet often overlooked facet. The Comparative Index on Migrant ...
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Meet the Study Visit participants!

Listen to the Study Visit participants’ and learn more about their personal background and their visions on migrant inclusion.
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Study Visit to Weimar

How do we learn from and promote interesting migrant initiatives in different corners of Europe? To do exactly this, last month in Weimar, we gathered ...
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