Intercultural Dialogue and the Council of Europe

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Lindisfarne Centre, St Aidan's College, Durham University Windmill Hill, DURHAM, DH1 3LJ

The aim of the dialogue between cultures is to enable people to live together peacefully and to develop a sense of community and belonging. The talk will be drawing an attention to the White Paper’s recommendations. The White Paper provides various orientations for the promotion of intercultural dialogue, mutual respect and understanding, based on the core values of the Organization. Emphasising the importance of ensuring appropriate visibility, the Ministers welcomed the White Paper as a “significant pan-European contribution to an international discussion steadily gaining momentum”, and called on the Council of Europe and its member states to give suitable follow-up to its recommendations.