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The Multicultural Center Prague

is a non-profit organization interested in issues related to the coexistence of different cultures in the Czech Republic and abroad. Since our founding in 1999, we have been busy working on new educational, cultural and information initiatives. We organize workshops, courses, international seminars, debates, film screenings and book readings for children, students, teachers, librarians and just about everybody else. Additionally, we also run websites devoted to issues such as migration or multicultural librarianship. We have a well-stocked public library designed for those with an interest in multicultural issues.

Multicultural Center Prague
Vodičkova 36 (Palác Lucerna)
116 02 Prague 1
www.mkc.cz

Contact person:
Barbora Loudová Stralczynská
Tel.: (+420) 296 325 345
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Foundation Nowa Ameryka

was established in 2006. The aim of the foundation's activities is oriented towards the cultural market between Eastern and Western Europe. The value of the company based on the knowledge of both cultures: The east European roots and the west European experience help effectively to develop projects and support the networking.To create new relationships and intercultural youth projects is an important part of our philosophy.

Foundation Nowa Ameryka
ul. Piastowska 4
66-470 Kostrzyn nad Odra, Poland
Tel. +48 - 601 653682
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www.nowa-ameryka.org

 


Rejs e.V.

initiates and supports cultural projects which foster dialogue and  understanding between people in East and West. Since the formal foundation of the organization in 1999, Rejs e.V. has been organizing various multinational workshops and seminars in Central and East European countries. Furthermore Rejs e.V. is a platform for a variety of publications and exhibition projects.

Rejs e.V.
Brunnenstr. 162
10119 Berlin, Deutschland
Tel.: + 49 (030) 62727601
M.:  + 49 (0177) 547 9166
Contact person: Sabine Kroner
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www.plotki.net



The Immigrant institute

is a non-governmental organization whose aim is to be a research and documentation centre about immigrants, refugees and racism. The institute comprises an archive, a library and a museum. In the library you can find besides the main collection, which deals with migration research, also works by immigrant authors from almost all the countries of the world living in Sweden, as well as a large collection of immigrant journals and magazines and clips on migration and immigrants from the daily Swedish journals.

The Immigrant Institute
Katrinedalsgatan 43
S-504 51 BORÅS, SWEDEN
Phone: +46-(0)33-13 60 70. Fax: +46-(0)33-13 60 75.
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Centre Bruxellois d'Action Interculturelle
The
 CBAI is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1981. Its objective is the active promotion of intercultural relations in Brussels in particular, and in Belgian society in generalthrough training, information diffusion and cultural support to the voluntary sectorSince 2006the CBAI performs the tasks of Regional Center for Support toSocial Cohesion (CRAC) in the Region of Bruxelles-Capitale.


Centre Bruxellois d'Action Interculturelle asbl - CBAI
s
Av. de Stalingrad 24
B-1000 Bruxelles
Tel.: +32 2 289 70 50
Fax: +32 2 512 17 96
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www.cbai.be

Project is supported by the European Commission and the European Cultural foundation - more in Sponsors

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