Fondazione Santagata is part of the ALF Network
We are pleased to announce that Fondazione Santagata has become a member of the Anna Lindh Foundation Network. The organisation is committed to fostering intercultural dialogue within its mission of nurturing face-to-face collaboration and interdisciplinary solutions.
Among ALF opportunities, we successfully applied to ALF in Motion, a programme powered by the Anna Lindh Foundation to unite Intercultural Dialogue leaders and empower Civil Society Entities to tackle pressing challenges.
The ALF in Motion programme financially supports representatives from across the Mediterranean, promoting face-to-face collaboration and interdisciplinary solutions.
Within this context, we have been selected to participate in a joint mobility programme with the Conservation and Development of City Values Association of İzmir: our partners will host one of our team members to exchange knowledge and expertise about our respective jobs and cultures. The designed initiative has the potential to significantly contribute to youth empowerment, cultural management and preservation practices and sustainable solutions within the project design process, while fostering mutual understanding and strengthening the bilateral cooperation between both our organisations and our countries.
About the Anna Lindh Foundation:
The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures (ALF), created in 2005, as an international intergovernmental organisation based in Alexandria. The Foundation, inspired by Anna Lindh’s legacy, is committed to fostering intercultural dialogue within its mission of nurturing inclusive societies where diversity is celebrated and everyone’s voice is valued. By promoting peace, justice, and strong partnerships, the Foundation strives to create a world where people from diverse backgrounds live in harmony through open and meaningful intercultural exchanges.
ALF brings together organisations, institutions, policy makers, and other change makers from all Euro-Med countries to open a dialogue and cooperate. People meet, learn, and collaborate, through the Foundation’s different projects and initiatives in different fields to empower them to create a chain of positive change that touches more lives and communities. Its action grounds on the two main bodies of the Foundation: It’s Civil National Networks with more than 4,500 members and the 42 Members States of its Board of Governors.
The Anna Lindh Foundation is co-funded by the European Union
About the Conservation and Development of City Values Association of İzmir:
The Conservation and Development of City Values Association of İzmir is non-governmental organization working to protect and preserve Izmir city values, in other words, its tangible and intangible cultural heritage.